A recent radio segment and article on NPR highlighted an “intellectual oasis” in Iowa where gifted students with special needs can thrive, learn, and continue challenging themselves in a healthy […]
As many parents and professionals know, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often co-occur in children. Recent studies show that approximately 30-80% of individuals with ASD also have ADHD.
Regardless of its form, advocacy is vital to ensuring that all students with disabilities have access to the quality education they deserve.
These sensory crafts for special needs students will help your child to develop their fine motor skills, as well as their cognitive and social skills.
The Deron School of NJ’s special education programs and resources are designed to meet the needs of students with a wide range of disabilities.
While many children enjoy dressing up for Halloween, those with special needs often find the holiday overwhelming. If you have a child with special needs, you may be wondering how to make Halloween more enjoyable for them.
Are you a parent of a special needs child wondering, “what is sensory integration and how can it help my child?” If so, you’re not alone.
Many parents of special needs adults worry about their child’s future after they finish school. Will they be able to find a job? Will they be able to live independently? These are valid concerns, but there is hope.
We’ve put together this back-to-school guide to help make the transition back to school a little bit easier for both students and parents.
Many children with special needs are not eligible for early intervention services, so parents are often left wondering where to turn next.
With school out for the summer, now is a great time to start at-home speech therapy for autism.