Tips for Passing Out Candy at Home - Autism Awareness Edition

For those that might not be familiar with autism, it is important to understand that each child who comes to your door trick or treating has different abilities -- some more extreme than others. Certain behaviors might not be or mean what they...

The School Year With A Special Education Student

by Jessy | Oct 01, 2013 | AHSS, blog, breaks, family, patience, preparation, school, tips |

Summer Tip #6: Last but not least, ENJOY YOUR CHILD!

You’ve heard it before...our children grow up and one day are no longer children. Although to a special needs parent, the summer can feel endless; it really does go by in the blink of an eye. As our children grow up, they will continue to blossom...

How to run "The Magnificent Milestone Mile" and win

by Jessy | Jun 28, 2012 | blog, learning, patience, progress |

For the last several months, I have been asking my seven-year-old special needs son if he’s ready to learn how to tie his shoes yet. I know that motor skill disorder is a serious roadblock for him and pushing him to learn a new motor skill only...

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