Organizing an IEP binder with your child’s evaluation reports, IEP, report cards and other paperwork may sound like a lot of work…but it’s not.
My son ate peanut butter all day every day during the summer, but now that he’s back to school in a nut-free environment, he has given up his beloved peanut butter for 6.5 hours a day, and the world has continued to spin.
A psychologist explains why it’s important to let kids talk back. Even though it’s harder in the short-term, the long-term benefits are worth it.
When missing school, many parents don’t realize that even when absences are excused or understandable, absences can greatly impact a child’s education.
My social media feed is filled with back to school photos. And I can tell you just from looking at them whether they’re autistic or not.