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April 27, 2020
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

Education Department Affirms Access to Education for All Students

The United States Department of Education and Secretary DeVos announced today via press release that they would not recommend Congress add special education waiver authority to […]
April 18, 2020
Crafting a Daily Schedule for Your Child | LA County Special Education

Crafting a Daily Schedule for Your Child

If school is currently closed, your special needs child may be struggling to find a routine that works well for him. Whether you are currently in […]
April 18, 2020
How to Build an At-Home School Schedule | LA County Special Education

How to Build an At-Home School Schedule

With schools across the country switching to online instruction or even canceling classes for the year, it’s fallen on parents to take over the job of […]
April 18, 2020
Helping a Child Cope with Fear | LA County Special Education Plan

Helping a Child Cope with Fear

Fear is a big emotion. It’s something that many adults struggle to deal with, yet it’s also something that’s all-too-often ignored in children. If your child […]

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January 24, 2020
Five Tips to Thrive in School | LA County Special Education Plan

Five Tips to Thrive in School

School is a huge part of life for any child. While some love their time here and others dread it, the equation for thriving in school […]
January 18, 2020
Meeting New People and Building Friendships | LA County Special Education

Meeting New People and Building Friendships

For many special needs children, it is quite challenging to make new friends. This is particularly true for children who have problems with communication or who […]
January 11, 2020
Keeping Children Active in the Winter | LA County Special Education

Keeping Children Active in the Winter

The generally mild California weather usually helps parents get their children outside during much of the winter months despite the increased coolness in the air. Most […]
December 28, 2019
Helping the Child Who Dreads Holiday Breaks | LA Special Education

Helping the Child Who Dreads Holiday Breaks

While most children look forward to holiday breaks with great anticipation, there are some who dread these days away from school. They may fear that they […]
December 21, 2019
Stay Calm and Carry On | LA County Special Education Planning

Stay Calm and Carry On

With the winter break swiftly approaching or in full swing depending on your district’s calendar, you have probably experienced for yourself just how crazy school breaks […]
December 14, 2019
Holiday Celebrations with Special Needs Children | LA Special Education

Holiday Celebrations with Special Needs Children

Celebrating the holidays in a classroom can seem confusing because of the diversity of the students involved. Some celebrate Christmas while others focus on Hanukkah or […]
December 7, 2019
Is the U.S. School System Failing Special Needs Students? | LA Special Education

Is the U.S. School System Failing Special Needs Students?

Many special needs families are told in not so many words that they should not hold out too much hope for the future of their children. […]
November 30, 2019
Financial Planning Concerns with Special Needs | LA Special Education

Financial Planning Concerns with Special Needs

When it comes to financial planning, it never hurts to be ahead of the game. You never know when the unexpected could strike in your family. […]
November 23, 2019
Evaluating Mid-Year Success | LA County Special Education Plan

Evaluating Mid-Year Success

At the beginning of a school year, it is impossible to know whether your child will struggle or thrive in school. While you can prepare him […]
November 16, 2019
Keeping Routines Consistent over School Holidays | LA Special Education

Keeping Routines Consistent over School Holidays

Holidays are exciting times for most families because they spend more time with each other, enjoy a bit of downtime, and celebrate with favorite traditions. However, […]