How teachers can better connect with their disabled students

When I was in school I always felt left out because there was always some activity I couldn't do. Very rarely were their appropriate modifications so most of the time I just ended up watching my classmates do some fun activity.  Finding friends was difficult because my classmates always thought I was the weird girl … Continue reading How teachers can better connect with their disabled students

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Guest post: Parenting A Child With Disabilities What Adam Has Taught Me

About the Author: Judy Mallette is the mother of three children.  She learned very early on that children, abled or disabled, teach us more than we can ever teach them. The lessons started, and will never really end, on November 16, 1981. Her son, Adam, was a child with severe developmental disabilities compounded by epilepsy, congenital … Continue reading Guest post: Parenting A Child With Disabilities What Adam Has Taught Me