11 Effective Ways to Make Playtime Fun for Children with Special Needs
To get the most from playtime activities you have to stick to a set of rules. The rules may change according to the child but generally these rules help to achieve constructive play gaining the benefits listed above.5 Things to Know About Free Appropriate Public Education and Special Education
This article will discuss children with disabilities like autism or learning disabilities receiving a free appropriate public education. There are 5 things that you must know as a parent to help your child receive FAPE. Children that do not receive appropriate special education services are often unable to function independently as adults.Special Education – 3 Areas of Knowledge That Parents Must Understand to Help Their Child
This article will explain what three areas of knowledge that parents of children with disabilities need, to effectively advocate for their child’s education. Lots of resources are included.Take Good Care of Yourself – Tools, Tips and Tactics for Raising Kids With Special Needs
Taking care of ill children, or sometimes, just a bundle of kids that aren’t even ill, leave a parent wondering, “What’s in it for me?” In this short message we want to guide you into some decisions so that there will be more of “it” for you!Special Education – How to Use an Independent Educational Evaluation to Benefit Your Child
Do you have a child with a learning disability or with autism that is not making academic progress, even though they are getting special education services? Would you like to know what educational and related services your child needs in order to learn how to read, or do other academics? This article will discuss what an Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE) is, and how you can use one to benefit your child with a disability.4 Parenting Tips – How to Overcome Blame, From Special Education Personnel
This article will discuss 4 ways that parents can learn to overcome blame by some special education personnel. By learning to overcome blame for your child’s difficulties, you can better help your child receive an appropriate education.