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February 24, 2020
How to Build Personal Interests into an IEP | LA County Special Education

Signs That Your Child May Have a Hearing Disability

While hearing disabilities are generally rare, they do affect up to four babies out of every 1,000 in the United States. Although common tests ran when […]
February 17, 2020
Building Your Child’s Confidence | LA County Special Education Plan

Top Signs That Your Child Needs Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is a training program designed to help individuals speak more clearly. It may be used for toddlers to learn how to speak or for […]
February 10, 2020
Introducing Your Toddler to a New Social Circle | LA County Special Education Plan

Introducing Your Toddler to a New Social Circle

While building a quality social circle for your special needs toddler may not strike you as being as high of a priority as building your own […]
February 3, 2020
Increasing Personal Motivation in Your Child | LA County Special Education

Increasing Personal Motivation in Your Child

When your child is young, you probably spend much of your time reminding him what to do, praising him for a job well done, and motivating […]

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January 18, 2019
Play in the Classroom | Los Angeles County Special Education Plan

Play in the Classroom

It can be tempting for parents and teachers to think of classrooms only as being places where learning should take place. Therefore, teachers ensure that every […]
January 16, 2019

School Discipline and Students with Disabilities: Short-Term Suspensions

For general education students, school discipline can be quite unforgiving.  The only real rights they have with respect to suspensions of 10 days or less are […]
January 15, 2019
The Best Seating for Special Education | Los Angeles Special Education Plan

The Best Seating for Special Education

Traditional seating is so last decade for many classrooms in all grades throughout many districts. However, new and innovative seating is often up to the district […]
January 1, 2019

Legal Right to an Inclusive Education in California

If district members of your child’s IEP team are attempting to force your child out of the general education setting, there are ways to fight such […]
December 31, 2018
Inclusion Outside the Classroom | Los Angeles Special Education Plan

Inclusion Outside the Classroom

When parents hear the word “inclusion,” they most frequently think of classroom settings where both special education students and their peers are included. However, inclusion is […]
December 21, 2018
How the Inclusive Classroom Should Look | Los Angeles Special Education

How the Inclusive Classroom Should Look

An inclusive classroom is one that includes both special education students as well as their peers who do not need special help. Research has shown that […]
December 20, 2018
Report Cards and Transcripts | Los Angeles Special Education Planning

Report Cards and Transcripts

Report cards and transcripts are either the joy or the affliction of every parent with school-age children. For the academically-inclined child, these reports can be like […]
December 10, 2018
Skills Special Needs Students Need to Succeed | Los Angeles Special Education

Skills Special Needs Students Need to Succeed

Special needs students are often faced with greater challenges than their peers in general classrooms are. They are often asked to perform at much the same […]
November 26, 2018
Does Your Child Need More Breaks? | Los Angeles Special Education

Does Your Child Need More Breaks?

Regular breaks are a part of any good school day. However, while some children seem to take advantage of this process by taking bathroom breaks every […]
November 19, 2018
Visual Learning for Special Education Students | Los Angeles IEP

Visual Learning for Special Education Students

There are three major ways that most people learn. Some learn by reading, some learn by doing and others learn by watching. Visual learning supports can […]