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October 12, 2019
Helping Special Needs Students Get Used to Technology | LA Special Education

Helping Special Needs Students Get Used to Technology

Children these days often seem to know more about technology than their parents or teachers do. Turning on a tablet or playing a game on a […]
October 5, 2019
Can Schools Really Help with Emotional Support Goals? | LA Special Education

Can Schools Really Help with Emotional Support Goals?

When you think of your child’s Individualized Education Plan, commonly called an IEP, you most likely think of the academic goals listed on it. While school […]
September 28, 2019
Communicating with Teachers: How Much Is Too Much? | LA Special Education

Communicating with Teachers: How Much Is Too Much?

For the special education student, frequent communication between parents and teachers is critical to continued success in school. Communication can answer important questions, solve critical problems, […]
September 23, 2019
What to Do Before Requesting a Formal Evaluation | LA Special Education

What to Do Before Requesting a Formal Evaluation

An evaluation can be a stress-free experience if you know what to expect and understand why your child needs an evaluation. Plus, if you are prepared […]

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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 […]
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 […]
October 4, 2018

Creating a Relationship with Your Child’s Special Education Teacher

Relationships are one of the most important parts of life because they foster a sense of community and help people work together in teams. Nowhere is […]
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. […]
July 27, 2018
How to Pick the Right School for Your Special Needs Child | Los Angeles Special Education

How to Pick the Right School for Your Special Needs Child

If you have recently moved to the area or are wanting to change schools for another reason, it may seem easiest to choose the closest school […]
June 15, 2018
Solutions for Summer Learning in Special Education | Los Angeles Special Education

Solutions for Summer Learning in Special Education

The summer can be a fun time for kids to let loose and enjoy themselves in the outdoors. However, for some students, especially those with special […]
June 8, 2018
Common Summer Learning Issues in Special Education | LA Special Education

Common Summer Learning Issues in Special Education

In the midst of the school year, parents often feel that they are doing the best that they can for their special needs children. After all, […]