Go With What’s Working For Your Child

Go With What’s Working For Your Child

  Watch the BlogCast of this post. When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.   Getting reports from school with constant descriptions of what isn’t going well is no fun.  You know there must be parts of the day that go well for your child and you wished you would hear about those times. […]

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How Is Teaching Like Bowling?

How Is Teaching Like Bowling?

Watch the full BlogCast Video here: For Listening on the go to audio of this blog post: Do you remember the sights, sounds, and smells of bowling alleys?  You can usually see all ages and ability levels having fun together.  You might see some younger children using the ramp to help them bowl, or the […]

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All Behavior Is Communication

All Behavior Is Communication

All of your child’s behavior is communication. Today we’ll be talking about: 1) how to figure out what message your child is sending you with their behavior. 2) What needs they have that aren’t being met and 3) the importance of positive supports Want to watch video of this post?  Click here.  Rather just listen […]

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There’s Nothing Quite Like Appreciation

There’s Nothing Quite Like Appreciation

NEW: Watch a video of this post.  Click here.              When you’re on the go – Listen to the audio of this post. Click here.  We want our children’s teachers to recognize and build on their strengths.  For the past 3 videos we’ve been talking this, Click here to see the previous […]

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The Question To Always Ask

The Question To Always Ask

New:    Watch the YouTube video of this newsletter.  Click here.               Listen to just the audio version while you’re on the go.                     Click here. Do you have a child that’s thrilled when he can do cool experiments like putting […]

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I Come to You as a Mother…with a Box of Kleenex

I Come to You as a Mother…with a Box of Kleenex

Dylan has accomplished many things: being included in school, having friends, going to birthday parties, dancing the night away at prom, going to football and basketball games, earning a letter jacket, going to college for four years, become a burlesque dancer moving out, finding a job, speaking at national and state conferences. And like all […]

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