July/Aug 2018

Parent’s Perspective Lindy Lee 0

Parent’s Perspective: Lindy Lee

Lindy Lee Public vs Private: Our Experience We are the Lee’s, an intercultural family with two special needs children living with Autism and Anxiety in Ann Arbor, Michigan. When our...

Parent’s Perspective Schyla Crown 0

Parent’s Perspective: Schyla Crown

Schyla Crown Public vs Private: Our Experience Our 12-year-old attended a public head start program at age four. Her teacher was able to reach her and even had her ahead...

Profits & Non-Profits Working Side-By-Side 0

Profits & Non-Profits Working Side-By-Side

Profits & Non-Profits More and more we are seeing “for profit” and “non-profit” organization coming together. We sat down with Evan Delahanty to learn more about the partnership his company...

Healthy Ideas for Better School Lunches 0

Healthy Ideas for Better School Lunches

Better School Lunches For children who attend public or private schools it is imperative that school staff, teachers, administrators and other school personnel are aware of your children’s special dietary...

How Positive Behavior Support Can Work in a School Setting 0

How Positive Behavior Support Can Work In A School Setting

Working Together: Family-School Collaboration in Positive Behavior Support Positive behavior support (PBS) combines the principles of applied behavior analysis with person, family, and system-centered practices to improve behavior and quality...

When Mom Crosses the Finish Line 0

When Mom Crosses the Finish Line

When Mom Crosses the Finish Line Raising a child with autism is very much like running a marathon. However, participation in my particular 26.2-mile event required even more endurance than...