Having an emergency preparedness plan in your IEP is essential. It was March 2018; the horrific school shooting in Parkland had happened a month before.
You don’t go to the IRS for help with your taxes…am I right? This question is one of my favorite things to say to parents
It’s that time of year when many of us take a few moments to reflect on the past 365 days and start thinking about our
Does your child hold it together for most of the school day and then have a meltdown at home? As a pediatric therapist, I hear
I am the mother of a beautiful 21 year daughter who has had more than her fair share of struggles through the special education system