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Parents ‘Gifting’ their Children the Opportunity to be successful in General Education Classrooms!!

2014-12-14T12:38:51+00:00

Hello! This last October, thanks to a parent sponsor (whose son has autism spectrum spectrum disorder) I had an amazing time presenting to teachers at their private school about the "ABCs of ASD" which is a new teacher training program I developed especially for teachers of students with ASD in a general education preschool or elementary/middle school. [...]

Parents ‘Gifting’ their Children the Opportunity to be successful in General Education Classrooms!!2014-12-14T12:38:51+00:00

When learning to read or write is a challenge. What to look for, and what you can do to help.

2013-05-23T12:42:26+00:00

This post was written by my colleague Maria Bagby, from Therapeutic Literacy Center. (858) 668-8366 maria@therapeuticliteracycenter.com, www.therapeuticliteracycenter.com Why is learning to read, write and spell difficult for some of our children? The real question is why isn’t it? We are hard-wired for learning to sit, stand, walk and talk.  But reading and writing have to be [...]

When learning to read or write is a challenge. What to look for, and what you can do to help.2013-05-23T12:42:26+00:00

My Top 5 Classroom Strategies to Help your Child Focus and Pay Attention!

2012-10-02T06:05:13+00:00

My Top 5 Classroom Strategies to Help your Child Focus and Pay Attention! There are dozens of strategies that are easy to implement in the classroom that help to improve attention and focus in young children. By parent request, here are my top 5 recommendations I make in my practice for children struggling with focus [...]

My Top 5 Classroom Strategies to Help your Child Focus and Pay Attention!2012-10-02T06:05:13+00:00
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