Access Possibilities School is a private school that offers primary and secondary academic programs, as well as tutoring, summer school and after school activities to children and families around the world. Offering the standard US curriculum, the school program is highly interactive with virtual classrooms, daily contact between teachers and students, and daily peer-to-peer . . . → Read More: Innovative Online School Offers Hope to Struggling Students
(Press Release) A study of Australian mothers’ attempts to access more appropriate schooling for their autistic children offers a new perspective on inclusive education policies and practices.
Writing in the International Journal of Inclusive Education, Rozanna Lilley of Macquarie University draws on the experiences of eight New South Wales families whose children needed . . . → Read More: Change schools – not students – for more inclusive education
Life in our household has been crazy. I have family staying with me, and it’s been a little crowded. It’s also been a learning experience. I now have my autism son, and an ADHD child to care for. It’s not everyday, only when his mom is working. This week, that’s been a . . . → Read More: Caring For An Autism Child and An ADHD Child
Last week, my son’s bus driver called and said that they were changing morning pick up to 6:55. It was 7:34. I told her I thought that it would be too early for my son. I also told her we would try, and if it didn’t work, see what alternative actions we . . . → Read More: New Bus Schedule Arrives Too Early
I can’t believe that the summer vacation is over. It flew by quickly. I’m sitting here, writing this post, while my kids still sleep. Today will be the first day back to school. My son had trouble getting to sleep last night, so I hope I don’t have a problem getting him up this . . . → Read More: First Day Back To School and Bus Safety Tips
My son’s school had Open House yesterday. He is now a high school student. I’m still processing that. Time goes by so fast. This year, my son will have to adjust to having more than one teacher. The good news is that the high school students won’t have to switch classrooms multiple times throughout . . . → Read More: Open House and Meeting With New Teachers
With an autism child, transitioning for back to school can be a process. With my son, the affect of transitioning between summer vacation and going back to school, show’s up with his sleeping habits. When my son is anxious about something, or extremely excited, he has trouble sleeping. We all know that . . . → Read More: Transitioning for Back To School With Autism Child
Earlier this year, an Osceola County teacher was fired for allegedly force feeding hot sauce soaked crayons to a five year old autistic child. The district has been fighting to keep the teacher out of the classroom. A judge has sided with the teacher and ordered the district to hire her back.
The teacher, . . . → Read More: Teacher Force Feeds Hot Sauce Crayons To Autistic Child Gets Job Back