How To Embed Inclusion Into Goals

How To Embed Inclusion Into Goals

  How to Embed Inclusion Into Goals Learn how to write inclusion into your child’s annual goals!   In this video see how a handy-dandy template I created is just the Advocacy Tool you need! Share this video. The more parents we can help, the more children will benefit! Click here to watch the video. When […]

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What’s Your School District Not Telling You?

What’s Your School District Not Telling You?

What Your School District Isn’t Telling You Can Hurt Your Child Here’s a rare opportunity to hear high-profile special education attorney Jennifer Laviano and sought- after special education advocate Julie Swanson talk about your special education rights and what may be underlying the decisions made at IEP meetings. Click here to watch my interview with Jennifer Laviano […]

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How Do You Remember What Was Said At IEP Meetings

How Do You Remember What Was Said At IEP Meetings

  Watch the full BlogCast for this week’s Live Show:  Click here. When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.  Click here. ****************************************************************************************** Your listening and memory skills are put to the test when you’re at IEP meetings.  Don’t you agree? In this blog post you’ll discover suggested ways to not only record meetings, […]

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How QR Codes CAN Help Your Child

How QR Codes CAN Help Your Child

  Watch the full BlogCast for this week’s Live Show: Click here.  When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.  Click here. What The Heck Are QR Codes   And How Can They Help My Child? Are you looking for new ways to motivate your child to see learning as fun again? Is your […]

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Start With Transparency

Start With Transparency

Watch the full BlogCast for this week’s Live Show: Click here.  When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.  Click here. Let’s start with total transparency: I just had to laugh! The irony of this week’s live Facebook show!!! Here I am doing a show about body language and reading people’s minds with your […]

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What You Need To Know Now About Behavior Plans

What You Need To Know Now About Behavior Plans

  Watch the full BlogCast for this week’s Live Show:  When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.   WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW NOW ABOUT BEHAVIOR PLANS Is your child getting positive behavior supports at school?   How happy are you with your child’s behavior plan?   Would you like some new behavior […]

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Inclusion Doesn’t Take The Summer Off!

Inclusion Doesn’t Take The Summer Off!

  Watch the full BlogCast for this week’s Live Show:  When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.   ​​​​​​​ Inclusion Doesn’t Take The Summer Off! Is your child included in the school year, but when summer comes, he/she is enrolled in segregated camps, or at least a couple days a week are you […]

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How To Know What’s Happening At School

How To Know What’s Happening At School

Watch the full BlogCast for this week’s Live Show: Click here.  When you’re on the go, listen to the podcast.  Click here. ​​​​​​​How To Know What’s Happening At School What kind of response do you get when you ask your child how school was that day? Do you get a shrug of the shoulders, a […]

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9 Ways to Advocate For Inclusion

9 Ways to Advocate For Inclusion

9+ Ways to Advocate For Inclusion ​​​​​​ Click Here To Watch The Full Blogcast   On the go? Click Here To Listen To The Full Blogcast When I was a special education and classroom teacher, making accommodations and modifications for my students was one of my favorite things to do.  Then when our son Dylan […]

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New Accommodations Equals New Possibilities

New Accommodations Equals New Possibilities

New Accommodations EQUALS New Possibilities With the right accommodations, your child can be even more successful at school! ​​​​​​ Click Here To Watch The Full Blogcast On the go? Click Here To Listen To The Full Blogcast When I was a special education and classroom teacher, making accommodations and modifications for my students was one of […]

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