Hi5! We are still just as excited about our 5 year old as the day when the doctor pronounced,"You're Pregnant!" Yep, we're still jumping for joy,and so is he! We are sharing our joy,disappointments,successes and challenges as a family with a child touched by AUTISM-a neurological condition considered a developmental disability.If you care to share, please do.Join us on Google Blogger/Reader/Buzz/orkut,hi5, digg,Facebook,Twitter,Yahoo!Buzz,YouTube,MySpace, holiday WordPress.ENJOY!KBJCosse'Family
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I am a certified special education teacher K-12. I will be retiring in two years and would like to become a special education advocate. What is the first step? You are wise to prepare ahead of time.
Transition: From Special Ed Teacher to Special Ed Advocate
"disAbilityVOICE - Disability Rights Advocate" "Enjoyable School Year"Posted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat3:17 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestLabels:advocacy,disabilities,IEP,Individualized Education Program,Individuals with Disabilities Education Act,Parents,school,special education,Special Education Teacher,students,teacher,transitionTuesday, September 4, 2012 A special kind of class: Team HoytA special kind of class: Team HoytPosted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat6:51 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestMonday, September 3, 2012 who decides what's NORMAL? 'Not Ordinary Redefining My Autism Life' = NORMAL is our new series about living on the Autism Spectrum. Share your perspectives, advice, questions, comments on Not Ordinary.
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Asperger Syndrome in the Family: Redefining NormalYear Published: 2001Book Code: A135Autism Asperger Publishing Company -http://www.aapcpublishing.net/book/view/702/grandparents-guide-to-autism-spectrum-disorders-making-the-most-of-time-at-nanas-housePosted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat6:44 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestAUTISMCARES-PROVIDES-SUPPORT-TO-FAMILIES-DURING-NATURAL-DISASTERS
AUTISMCARES PROVIDES SUPPORT TO FAMILIES AFFECTED BY AUTISM DURING NATURAL DISASTERS AND OTHER CATASTROPHIC LIFE EVENTS AboutAutismCares Mission:AutismCares is a consortium of leading autism organizations who have come together to support individuals with autism and their families during natural disasters and other catastrophic life events. Purpose: AutismCares understands that families living with autism often need additional and specialized support in recovering from critical life-challenging events. Leading autism organizations, along with committed individuals in the community have come together to support families in their time of need. Funding:AutismCares is funded by the contributions of the its Partners and other individual donations.100% of donations from member organizations are distributed to the families in needProgram Oversight: AutismCares Partners: Set program goals and objectivesMakes final selection of families to receive awardsHelp recruit new member organizationsAssist in promoting AutismCares within the autism community and throughout their respective organizationsBe available to speak with the press as requiredQ:How do I apply for an AutismCares Support Award?A: Each family must completeanonline application. We understand that you may not have your own computer; however, computers are available for use at all public libraries. If you absolutely cannot access a computer, please call 1-888-288-4762 and the Autism Response Team (ART) Coordinator will help you complete the online application. Q:What information does AutismCares require from my family? A: If you are chosen to receive an AutismCares award, additional information may be required based on the nature of the request.All information is considered confidential and will be treated as such by AutismCares and its Partners. Q:I have questions about my application; who can I speak with? A:Contact AutismCares via Serena Selkin, Autism Speaks Family Services Grants Manager at (917) 475-5059 or email@example.com.
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via AutismOnABudgetPosted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat6:22 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest"All Children can Learn." - Students with AspergersWelcome Back to School! "All Children can Learn." Let's start the school year by understanding our Students who are learning while on the Autism Spectrum, specifically, thosewith Aspergers Syndrome.
This is an excerpt from 'Autism Learning Felt'.
Many parents with children that have Aspergers know that there are going to be problems that arise having their children in a mainstream school. But are those problems a product of the child or of the system? Schooling so often these days is like a cookie cutter factory. Those that fall above or below the norm just have to fit in. This is a reason that many parents choose to homeschool. They can teach their child in the way their child learns best. With a guided curriculum toward a auditory, visual or kinesthetic education, the parents approach to teaching becomes more efficient for the child to learn.
Read the complete article at Educating Children with Aspergers DisorderPosted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat2:47 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestFriday, August 31, 2012 Bookshare Plans to Make Graphics, Math in Books More Accessible - On Special Education - Education WeekBookshare Plans to Make Graphics, Math in Books More Accessible - On Special Education - Education WeekPosted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat8:08 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestOne Step Forward, One Step Back For Students With Disabilities? - On Special Education - Education WeekOne Step Forward, One Step Back For Students With Disabilities? - On Special Education - Education WeekPosted byEnjoying The Hi-5s of Autism - A Family Experienceat6:52 AMNo comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to PinterestOlder PostsHomeSubscribe to:Posts (Atom)EnjoyHi5Autism pins on Pinterest!Share in a Global CommunitydisAbilityVOICE - Disability Rights Advocate
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