The one thing that bugged me the most at my sons IEPs were the experts that liked to spout information about autism. He needs this as children with autism are low toned. It's important that you have a lot of knowledge when working with autism. We need experts. However, it does not help that much … Continue reading Know the child
Advocate You are your child’s advocate in any level of planning meetings, the professionals do want good things for your child. But it is within the framework of what is best for themselves and their institution. My son required quite extensive interventions when he was younger. In home therapy, early childhood, speech, OT, etc. We … Continue reading Advocate- Special Education
That info is great for guidance, but for every generalization made (yes by me included, there are just as many exceptions).