New Attachment & Trauma Center Opens
Posted on 21 January 2018 | 9:22 pm
We offer a full range of mental health services with a special emphasis on the needs of children, adolescents, and families. As a mental health clinic and training center, our therapists cover a range of experience levels and training. Our therapists are trained in EMDR, Theraplay®, Play Ther...More
Advocating for Your Child with Special Needs in a Way That Promotes Self-Advocacy
Posted on 23 July 2017 | 5:35 am
Advocating for Your Child with Special Needs in a Way That Promotes Self-Advocacy As the mom of a now-adult special-needs kid, I’ve been thinking a lot about what we did that helped, what I wish we hadn’t wasted time and money on (there will always be a lot in that category, so don&rsqu...More
Help Your Child Imrpove Self-Control and Practice Self-Modulation
Posted on 8 May 2017 | 3:11 am
To modulate, according to Dictionary.com, is “to regulate or adjust, soften, tone down, to alter or adapt.” Applying that, self-modulation means being self-aware enough to regulate/adjust/alter/adapt one’s behavior choices to better fit a situation. This is a valuable lif...More
5 Special Education Terms Parents Need to Know
Posted on 19 March 2017 | 11:16 pm
FAPE … LRE … IDEA … I confess: my children’s IEPs read like they were written in a foreign language. It took me a while to figure out what I was even reading, let along what it all meant. But special education law and your children’s documents should always be unders...More
The Supreme Court Case Every Parent of a Child with a Disability Should Be Following
Posted on 30 January 2017 | 8:28 am
Legal experts predict that the US Supreme Court will take a major step towards advancing the legal rights of children who have special needs when the justices decide the case of Endrew F. v Douglas. The Court heard oral arguments last week in the case and is expected to provide a decision by the sum...More
When Your Child Turns 18: A Guide to Special Needs Guardianship
Posted on 22 March 2016 | 6:02 am
When someone turns 18, they become an adult and are expected to make the right to make decisions about their medical treatment, finances and life.
In order to make these decisions binding (in a legal sense), the person should be competent to understand the decision being made and t...
When You Feel Guilty for Not Being a 'Superhero' Special Needs Parent
Posted on 10 November 2015 | 7:23 am
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Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder
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7 Ways To Bring Self-Advocacy To Your Next IEP
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 6:31 am
It’s IEP season. Will your child attend the meeting?
According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 2004), , children are permitted to attend their own IEPs, &ld...