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Returning to School 2021-2022: Concerns for Parents of Children with Special Needs and Medical Complexities
Virtual vs hybrid vs in-person learning? How to make the best back-to-school decisions for your special needs child.
Is it always appropriate to test students, even those with severe disabilities? And can standardized tests be considered discriminatory, even when alternative testing options are offered to special needs students?
A fun, engaging and customizable learning platform for kids as young as toddlers through to the second grade.
Heidi interviews her son's mainstream preschool teacher and asks her how she prepared to introduce a blind student to her classroom.
Megan writes about her daughter, Ava, transitioning from Early Intervention to preschool. Ava attended the Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children and has isolated bilateral anophthalmia.
Perkins School offers diagnostic evaluations for blind and visually impaired children ages 3-22.
IEPs can be daunting, especially that first one when your child is turning three. Check out these tips to help keep yourself calm and on track!
Ellen writes about adopting her visually impaired son, Edy, and how they focused on helping him acclimate to his new home and family while also thinking about how they would transition him into a new school environment.
Are you a parent of a special needs child whose school isn't working hard enough to help him reach his goals? A message to you: Never give up.
Anastasia writes about her daughter Lydia, who has anophthalmia. Lydia is still a baby and Anastasia has decided that Early Intervention services are not helping Lydia develop so she's opting out. What do you think?
If you're in the market for a preschool program for your special needs child, you may be wondering what to look for, what questions to ask the teachers, and how to make your final decision. Here's what we recommend you look for in your prospective program.
Learn the basics of creating an IEP for a child with a visual impairment so you can walk in to your IEP meeting perfectly prepared.
Want to make this school year the best year yet? Browse our collection of resources for tips and ideas on how to make the most of the "Back-to-School" season!
This lesson plan from UAH Rise School incorporates the Lily LightAide in making their circle time routine accessible for students of all abilities.
Are you looking for a printable IEP organizer designed specifically to help you plan and arrange all your documents and paperwork so you can actually be in charge of your child's IEP?