Parents at IEP Meeting

Parent Tips for Navigating the IEP Process

An individualized education program (IEP) meeting can be a stressful event for many parents! As parents, we only want our child to receive the tools they need to succeed – but when our child has a learning difference, the tools can be more difficult to identify. IEP teams are most successful when parents and school […]

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Developing Empathy

Most children begin to develop empathy as toddlers.  Your child’s ability to understand, value, and respect others’ thoughts and feelings will mature over time.  You can help your children to understand others’ feelings and feel for others in many ways. As you’re reading stories together, pay attention to the characters’ faces.  Every now and then, ask your […]

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