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10 Behavior Hacks You Can Use With Your Special Needs Kid Right Now

By Shannon Aronin, Guest Blogger There comes a time in every special needs family’s life when you realize… You have no idea what you are doing and parenting this child is not like parenting other children. The same rules don’t…

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Why teaching is a labor of love and respect

Labor Day used to signal the end of summer and the beginning of the school year. Today’s school calendars have been modified to accommodate all sorts of scheduling issues and many schools now start before Labor Day. One of the…

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Easing your child back to school

By Leticia Medina The fall brings about the end of summer, and back to school for kids.  While most parents enjoy sending their kids back to school, children aren’t always as happy about the prospect.  In the midst of school…

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How creating opportunities in education improves outcomes

Guest blogger Ryan Eisenberg, Ed.D.  As an agency serving children and youth, we pride ourselves on creating lasting change. But what does that really mean? How do we create change in the lives of youth who have experienced trauma and…

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Why children in residential treatment need specialized education

The debate has begun in Washington, D.C., Sacramento, and other state capitols about how to best provide for the most vulnerable children and families in our communities. Assembly Bill 403, which is being introduced in the State Assembly during the…

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