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August 27, 2018
Short-Term versus Long-Term Planning | Los Angeles Special Education

Short-Term versus Long-Term Planning

Both short-term and long-term planning have a place in special education planning. However, you may see only one type of planning being used for your child. […]
August 21, 2018
Sharing with Teachers | Los Angeles Individualized Special Education Plan

Sharing with Teachers

For great success during the school year, parents and guardians of school-age children must be sure to share certain aspects of their children’s personalities, growth, development, […]
August 15, 2018
Starting the School Year Anxiety-Free | Los Angeles Special Education

Starting the School Year Anxiety-Free

Anxiety is a fact of life for many children who begin something new. They may feel nervous about meeting new children at a playdate or about […]
August 6, 2018
Tips for Easing Back into the School Routine | Los Angeles Special Education

Tips for Easing Back into the School Routine

Back-to-school is right around the corner, and special needs children of any age are going to need a bit of help easing back into their new […]

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August 10, 2016
Creating Back-To-School Routines for Special Needs Children | Los Angeles

Creating Back-To-School Routines for Special Needs Children

Most families have entirely different routines in the summer than they do throughout the school year. They often sleep in many days and spend plenty of […]
August 3, 2016
Back-to-School Planning with Special Needs Children | Los Angeles County

Back-to-School Planning with Special Needs Children

Heading back to school can be difficult for even the most organized families. However, families in Los Angeles County who have Special Needs children may find […]
July 26, 2016
Special Needs Children and Long-Distance Car Trips | Los Angeles Education

Special Needs Children and Long-Distance Car Trips

Los Angeles County parents often dread long-distance car trips with children because of the high potential for fighting children and whining toddlers. Add the unique needs […]
July 19, 2016
Celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act | Special Education Representation

Celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in July 1990, and this month we celebrate the 26th anniversary of this remarkable legal decision. While much work […]
July 12, 2016
Supported Decision Making and Special Needs Teens | Los Angeles Education

Supported Decision Making and Special Needs Teens

While so much of the legal aspect of special needs individuals focuses on children these days, teenagers are also desperately in need of advice, help, and […]
July 6, 2016
Summer Vacations with Special Needs Children | Los Angeles County Education

Summer Vacations with Special Needs Children

Many Los Angeles County parents can look back at their childhood summers and remember vacations that they took as a family. Perhaps some visited a specific […]
June 21, 2016
The Importance and Achievability of Teaching Handwriting in Special Education Settings

The Importance and Achievability of Teaching Handwriting in Special Education Settings

Handwriting was once one of the three main subjects taught in schoolhouses along with reading and arithmetic. For centuries, it was vital for properly educated children […]
June 14, 2016
When Having a Parent Named as a Guardian is Appropriate

When Having a Parent Named as a Guardian is Appropriate

Guardianship can be difficult for some parents to accept. They may have envisioned something different both for their lives as well as for the lives of […]
June 14, 2016
How to Help Special Needs Children Find Friends

How to Help Special Needs Children Find Friends

Several other opportunities exist for special needs children who are looking for support and friendship. Support groups can be found around the country for families struggling […]
June 14, 2016
The Basics About Individualized Education Plans

The Basics About Individualized Education Plans

IEPs are created, evaluated or changed at least once per year. Many times, meetings to discuss IEPs are held more often than this. The goal of […]