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This video tells parents who has to be at an IEP meeting. They also go over other possible attendees for the meeting. They tell you who each person is and why they would be included. Running time: 4 minutes, 53 … Continue reading
Here are 6 Tips of what NOT to do in the IEP process from Carol Shrand. Carol is from just outside Boston, Massascheusetts, and the mom to Jason Shrand who is now a university student. She has supported her son … Continue reading
How do I get school to accept my son with Aspergers educational needs and his emotional and sensory needs?
Aspergers Syndrome is a very complex condition. Each child with Asperger’s has his own complicated condition. Children with Asperger’s are very intelligent and many have areas of educational talent. For instance, a child may have great difficulty learning to read … Continue reading
Today I want to tell you the story of Adam (not his real name!) who was a seventeen year old lad with Aspergers that I used to work with a few years back; and his problems at college. Adam lived … Continue reading
Whether the choice is public school, homeschooling, or a specialized Aspergers education center, you will find that there will always be circumstances and incidents that the parents must manage. A positive outlook and a little effort can go a long … Continue reading
Mary Romainec has a pretty unique way of negotiating the IEP process for children with Aspergers and Autism. She has been through the process with her own son and her own perspective was in part formed by her employment history. … Continue reading
I recently interviewed Joan Nash (a School Psychologist and creator of a number of social skills games) on a whole host of topics relating to the education of children with Aspergers. One topic that really stuck out to me was … Continue reading
For parents of children with Aspergers, education can be a difficult puzzle to resolve. At times, it may seem that there are too many pieces to the puzzle, at other times; it may seem as if vital pieces are missing. … Continue reading