Mar/Apr 2014

Tools for Career Exploration 0

Tools for Career Exploration

Tools for Career Exploration: Use Free Assessment Tests for Guiding Your Child The Occupational Information Network (O*NET), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, has a set of self-directed career...

Physical Fitness and the IEP 0

Physical Fitness and the IEP

The purpose of an IEP, by definition and design, is to incorporate a student-centered curriculum, or elements of a curriculum, that make sense for him or her.

Summer Camp Summer Fun 0

Summer Camp Summer Fun

Summer Fun Summer camp should encourage the potential for new friendships, outdoor adventures, swimming, hiking, games and general fun. When you choose the right camp, it can provide all that...

Mommys Timeout Buchart Gardens 0

Mommy’s Timeout: Buchart Gardens

  Take a time out and use visualization meditation to relax. Picture yourself here amongst the beauty of spring at the Buchart Gardens. Experience nature. Take a couple of deep...

Trying New Foods 0

Trying New Foods

The most common statement that I often hear from parents, who are told that they should change their child’s diet, is that they are afraid their child will starve, because...

IEP Tools at Your Fingertips 0

IEP Tools at Your Fingertips

IEP Tools at your fingertips There is no question that getting ready for an IEP meeting can be a stressful and intimidating experience. The amount of information that parents must...

Infant Games Grows Brains 0

Infant Games Grows Brains

Infant Games One of the fascinating facts about brain development is that as far as the brain is concerned, we are all born premature. Even though we are born with...

ASK Angie ASL - Communication Plan 0

ASK Angie ASL – Communication Plan

Communication Plan VIDEO DEMONSTRATION: “IDEA 2004 Section 300.324 The IEP team must consider the communication needs of the child. In the case of a child who is deaf or hard...