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
Tag: special needs
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.
I see you struggling to homeschool your challenging child. I see you struggling to decide if the public school is doing enough for your child. You question if you can give them everything they need to succeed. You question what