Here are five behavior management techniques that we believe make a successful learning experience for special needs students.
Although we have come a long way from the COVID-19 outbreak in March 2020, many students with disabilities are still struggling in their online classes.
Private Special Education Schools Help Students Reach Their Greatest Potential On March 8th, an opinion piece was published on northjersey.com in response to the release of private special education schools’ tuition rates for the fiscal year of 2022. This article focused on scrutinizing the expense of these private special education schools and claim that special […]
In 1970, the Autism Society created a nationwide effort to promote the acceptance and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In 1972, they started their first ever Autism Awareness Week, which led to every April being named Autism Awareness Month.
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 and supportive environment. Some benevolently refer to these students as “twice as exceptional.” Discussing the benefits of summer programs, Alex, a learner with special needs […]
Check back here for updated information regarding COVID-19 closures at The Deron School. During this period, we will continue providing instruction via eLearning. More information about The Deron School eLearning program can be found in the “For Parents” section of the website. Quick links to all our digital apps are listed on the eLearning Links […]
Going out to eat with a child who has special needs, such as autism or cerebral palsy can be challenging. Other diners might not always understand your child’s needs, and you might need special accommodations from the restaurant. But taking your child out to eat is a good opportunity to acclimate your child to new […]
Going to a restaurant can be relaxing for adults, but a little funkier for children. Outside of their comfort zone of the home, children can freeze up around waiters and get upset when chicken fingers aren’t on the menu. But, as the holidays approach, you and your family may find yourselves out for meals more […]
Winter is a time where we like to hibernate: we eat a lot over the holidays and then stay indoors and lounge in the cooler months. This can make it hard to stay active, especially for special needs children who might already be prone to a more relaxed pace of life. But there are many […]
One of the most challenging things for any child is how easily they can become overstimulated. Think back to when you were a child and your parents asked you to clean your bedroom. The younger you were and the messier your bedroom was, the more overwhelmed you felt. Now think of your child with special […]