Tip to Grow Your Loved Ones’ Independence

[Click to Listen to Podcast] Eric Goll asked over 9,500 families, “What their #1 Strategy was for helping their loved one with a developmental disability gain more independence?” He received...

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College: A Choice for Everyone

We do many things related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability (ID) – we conduct research into best practices, provide technical assistance for program development and improvement, create...

Parenting Plans Before the School Bell Rings 0

Parenting Plans Before the School Bell Rings

As with any time for reflection, back-to-school is a great time to review your goals for the upcoming months, including your parenting plan. Before the first bell rings, you should...

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Keys to Autism: Self

One of the Keys to Autism / Disability is knowing and understanding the “Self.” Once a disabled individual has a grasp and clarity about their own strengths and weakness and...


Stuck in IEPLand

Feeling stuck is one of the most miserable feelings in the world. Stuck in a bad school, stuck in a toxic relationship or friendship, stuck at work, or stuck dealing...

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Let’s Talk Inclusion

What Is Inclusion? [ in-kloo-zhuhn ] Inclusion is the practice of educating all students together – students with disabilities and students without disabilities – side-by-side in the general education setting...

Life after School Ends 0

Life after School Ends

Life after School Ends tips to promote future employment How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December before it’s June. My goodness, how the...


Back-to-School Tips for Helping Children

Switching from summer time mode back to a school routine is never easy. Individuals with learning disabilities will benefit by gradually easing back into a scheduled routine. Provided are tips to help