Mom says school district changes autistic daughter’s IEP, balks at letting service dog come to school | www.WHEC.com. I saw this reported on this morning, and wanted to share. I’ve seen an increase in families having to fight to allow service dogs to accompany their child at school. It’s a new way . . . → Read More: School District Changes Autistic Child’s IEP To No Service Dog
My son is now sick. And guess what? So am I! The second time around is worse that the first. I just knew that I would end up with it again. I’m determined not to let it mess up my weekend, though.
Looks like I will have to get a new vacuum. . . . → Read More: Hoover Vacuum Break Down, Family Colds, and IEP Meeting
Free workshop Bancroft (www.bancroft.edu) is offering on Effective Goal Writing for IEP Success on Wednesday, September 22 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This free workshop is one of a series on topics related to intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism and acquired brain injuries. The workshops focus on topics of interest and concern to both . . . → Read More: Free IEP Workshop In NJ Covers Autism
Teaching an autistic child requires creativity and an understanding of the child’s strengths and weaknesses. You can not take one program and use it with all autistic children. Each program needs to be designed specifically for each child. This can be difficult for teachers. Having an IEP for your child helps, but it can . . . → Read More: Teaching An Autistic Child