I have always told myself that I would do what each kid needed, even if that was different for each child. This year, for a time, we had kids in both public school and homeschool. I got to experience that
Recently, we have been updating our family toolbox with new strategies and resources. At some point in the process of reviewing the assessments for Cub’s IEP, we realized with surprise that a big cause of the problems we’d been seeing
I can EITHER spend my energy working to tell others what accommodations my child needs to learn and progress OR I can use my energy to make him successful and we can keep our focus on learning instead of the accommodations.
We have homeschooled in part for Cub to have a positive sensory environment so he can focus on learning and not on his senses being overloaded in a traditional classroom. We also make an effort to participate in learning opportunities in
One of the hardest parts about parenting an autistic child is that there is no one with all the answers for you. The spectrum is broad and each child is unique. This makes getting advice and plotting the best course