Posts Tagged ‘Down Syndrome’

Are You an Anchor for Another Adult Who Works with Children with Disabilities?

I really like the idea of having a team of support around me, but I never really thought of those people as people I needed to be there for me. I guess I just thought that it was nice to have them there. Derek Peterson is the founder of The Institute for Community and Adolescent Resilience (ICAR-US). If you haven’t heard of him, you need to know about his incredible […]

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The Power of 5! How You Can Literally Change Children’s Lives

You and I know what it takes to help children be successful in life. It’s the typical things that most of us take for granted. It’s the things Jerry and I gave our children like a safe home, healthy food, a good education, medical care, spiritual influences, love, kindness, moral guidance, attention, etc, etc, etc. Believe it or not, research has backed up what we’ve known all along. If you […]

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Articulation Theatre for Your Speech Therapy Groups!

When I was working as an SLP, it always seemed to me that if I finally got my schedule right, I still ended up with students who had different articulation goals who were all grouped together. UGH! I always wondered why I couldn’t just once get a group who all need just the /r/ sound!! A therapist’s dream. Today’s video was inspired by my past frustrations with this grouping problem. […]

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Check Out this ReMARKable Way to Put a White Board on Any Flat Surface!

Isn’t it amazing how every time you turn around, there is something new and exciting that is being developed, designed, invented. I spent a lot of time in the office this summer and one day the principal in my building asked me if I saw the new Professional Learning Community room. He took me to this former PTO space and showed me this great area for collaborating, planning and learning […]

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If You Don’t Know about the 2X10 Strategy, Click Open!

How many times have you said, “I wish there was something I could do” about a student who comes from a rough home life? There IS something you can do and that is to become one of the 5 people in a child’s life that it takes to make a real difference between success and failure. If you think back to your own childhood, I’m guessing you could name several […]

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One Way Parents of Children with Special Needs Can Ease the Financial Struggle

So many parents of children with special needs have financial issues that most of us can’t fathom. I have tried to imagine how I would handle it if I got called away from work as many times as we need to call parents to come to school to pick up a sick child or an out of control child. In addition, what about the child with special needs who needs […]

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A Must See To Help That Picky Eater!

I have worked with so many families who struggle with a child who won’t eat certain foods or who won’t eat almost anything! It’s heart breaking, stressful and a huge detriment to the child’s growth and development. I once had a student who would not eat anything except McDonald’s hot French fries.   This mother was panicked when she found out that McDonalds was not open on Christmas Day!!! She had […]

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How To Get Continuing Education Hours for FREE!

Now that teachers are allowed to renew their teaching licenses using continuing education hours, it’s nice when we find a free option. Sometimes it can be challenging to get 90 hours of continuing education hours in 5 years, depending upon how much your school corporation allows you to get released from the classroom. Likewise, if you are a parent or small business owner or even a student looking for more […]

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Do You Know about the DESSA and How it Can Help with Social Emotional Issues?

If you haven’t been part of the current hot topic in education, you need to know that educators in many districts all over the US are talking about the significant number of students coming to school with social emotional issues. We are finding that even students who come to us from middle class families are scoring way too high on the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) checklist. It’s a problem and […]

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Have You Seen the Math App That Does Problems for You???

What do you do about that student who doesn’t have any homework support at home? Maybe there are family members who can’t or won’t help with homework especially math. Ether way, our students can struggle and we often feel helpless. Maybe all your student needs is just to see how a problem is solved. There are several situations that this next app can solve so you won’t want to miss […]

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