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Transitions, Skills and College Enjoy this issue…..I’ll talk to you soon. Just a reminder: Our issues can be enjoyed three ways; by reading, by listening (audio), and by visual (video)....

Different Strokes: Using ABA to teach children skills

Many years ago, professionals assumed that children with significant developmental disabilities were incapable of learning. As a result of extensive research and practical experience, we now understand that is not...

Matthew Shifrin

video proud moments® celebrating triumphs inspiring Lego for the blind Today, thanks to Matthew Shifrin LEGO® is making their play experience more accessible for kids who are blind or have...

College Programs

CLOSER THAN YOU THINK At a time when other parents of high school students are busy looking into college options for their students, some parents may worry what that means...

Break It Down

tech tools for task analysis How do we teach our children independence? How do we define “independence”? Independence is usually defined differently by each parent based on their child’s abilities...

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THE FAMILY KICKSTART PROGRAM www.momablesfamilykickstart A brand-new, complete 30-day program that helps you eat clean and eliminate sugars and processed foods from your family’s diet. The “whole-family-approach” is 100% gluten-free,...

Disabilities shouldn’t define individuals

awareness and dialogue promote acceptance “That boy is scary!” proclaimed the hearing “tween” to her friends at the signing Santa Christmas party. She didn’t know I could hear her, and...

Time Out

Take a time out and use Visualization Meditation to relax. Imagine yourself enjoying the fall colors in Koyoto, Japan. Take a couple of deep breaths and begin to let go...

untruths my school district told me

As a speech-language pathologist who has specialized in AAC for several decades there are some things that I hear over and over again; even when I think we’ve moved on....

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA PASSAGE USA

PASSAGE USA is a post-secondary educational experience for students with Intellectual Disabilities focused on attaining individualized goals in employment and independent living. Watch our first graduating class Watch PASSAGE USA...

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