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  • Is Packing Your Child’s Lunch
    A Healthier Option? Packing your child’s lunch doesn’t always turn out as you imagine. Your child has food preferences and sometimes arguments occur regarding what you think they should and should not be eating or drinking. Having your child p...

  • Is It Working?
    MONITORING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENTS Have you ever wondered if a therapy, treatment, or intervention your child was receiving was really working? Have you ever questioned a professional who said something was working when you didn’t see any...

  • The 50 Best
    50 BEST PRIVATE SPECIAL NEEDS SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES Every student has individual learning abilities. While in many cases, one of the goals of a comprehensive education is inclusion of all students of a particular age or grade level into the s...

  • Tips To Keep On Top
    Once your child’s IEP is written, you may feel like you can breathe a sigh of relief, especially if it’s been a difficult process to get an Individualized Education Program put into place. And you should breathe—you’ve successfully navigated...

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    Special Education & Parenting Classics Parenting classics that are informative, inspiring and will surely help expand your parenting skills Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition by Pam Wright & Pete Wright Originally published in 20...


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