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IEP Transition Planning

One of the core objectives of IDEA is to prepare students for life after high school. Specifically, further education, employment,…

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Inclusion is a philosophy based on the belief that ALL students belong to their school community. Inclusion gives all students–regardless of label–access…

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Independent Assessments

In order to develop effective goals with your child’s team, you need to know what their strengths and areas of…

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The Fundamentals of Special Education: What Parents Need to Know

In this article, Timothy A. Adams, Esq discusses what parents need to know about the fundamentals of special education so…

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New School Year Checklist

Get your child with autism ready for an exceptional start to the new year! Download our FREE “About Me” student…

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GFCFSF Diet on a Budget

Feeding your family a GFCFSF diet on a budget involves using the same basic strategies you would typically use to…

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The GFCF Diet at School: Information for Awesome Teachers

If you have a student in your class who is on a GFCF diet, you may have questions and concerns. …

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Tips for Including Dietary Restrictions in Your Child’s IEP

If your child is on a special diet due to food allergies, sensitivities, or aversions, it is essential to include…

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Balancing the Gut: Why do You Want to be More Alkaline?

The first step towards great health begins with helping the body become more alkaline. One way to achieve this is…

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Phenols, Salicylates, and Additives

Phenols and salicylates are chemical compounds found in fruit, vegetables, nuts, and some medications.  These compounds are excellent antioxidants, so…

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