Special Needs

Making Learning Fun Teaching Pivotal Skills 0

Making Learning Fun: Teaching Pivotal Skills

Teaching Pivotal Skills Jordan is a four-year-old child with autism. He has a limited vocabulary and typically communicates his needs and wants by acting out, aggressively. This behavior has become...

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Step by Step: Being a Replacement Teacher

In our previous article, ‘Why is Challenging Behavior Happening?’, we examined the circumstances and outcomes that explain why behavioral challenges occur. One of the key take-aways is that, in order...

What is Stuttering 0

What is Stuttering?

Stuttering is a communication disorder involving disruptions, or “disfluencies,” in a person’s speech. People who stutter may experience: Repetitions (D-d-d-dog), Prolongations (Mmmmmmilk), or Blocks (an absence of sound). People also...

The Day I Found Out Sharing Words to Help 0

The Day I Found Out….

Hello my amazing parents. It’s me, a young adult who managed to make it out on the other side of early intervention and what felt like a lifetime of special...