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Can online learning work for students with disabilities? Of course (work) it can! And in most cases, it can be even better!

And yes, there are those children with disabilities out there who love school, those who thrive in all aspects; you know, those social butterflies who wish summer break wasn't a thing. To the parents of these students, we salute you. 

Now, for those of you parenting a child with a disability, a child who is floundering in the sea of mass academia, you're not alone. And it's NOT your child’s fault! Whether your child’s disability is minimal or profound, they do have strengths; and with those strengths, they CAN be a successful learner.

As a parent, you are your child’s biggest advocate, cheerleader, encourager, teacher, mentor, and friend. You are dedicated to making sure they have the best life possible and access to all the good things you didn’t. We work hard to give them the world and bristle at the idea that someone might take a different approach to how they treat our children. 

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. It is an entire month dedicated to identifying and eradicating bullying. Numerous organizations from all around the nation will launch fresh materials, initiatives, and programs to raise awareness of the bullying problem and help end it. 

In this article, we are discussing bullying, how to spot the signs your child is experiencing bullying, and how you can be an advocate and protector for your child. 

How to Homeschool My Autistic Child

Friday, September 02, 2022

Parents weigh dozens of decisions every day regarding what is best for their child. From what to eat for breakfast to how much screen time is too much, every choice feels like it could have significant lasting effects on your child. Nothing feels like it will impact your child’s life as much as what type of educational method is best. 

There are countless factors that you have to weigh between public school, private school, and homeschool. If you are the parent of a child with autism, your list of considerations is even longer. In this article, we are discussing some of the pros and cons of homeschooling your child, and how to find the resources you need to be confident in whatever you choose. 

In an effort to help our school community, we have compiled a list of valuable resources to assist families and educators as we seek to understand the horrific events of yesterday. As parents ourselves, we understand the fear many parents and children face today and know the dinner-table conversations are filled with difficult questions that seemingly have no right answer. 

Our prayers are with the Uvalde, Texas community and those worldwide who are scared and grieving today. 

This list has been compiled from a variety of resources and our own experiences.