There is plenty of special needs parenting advice available on the internet, in books, and from other parents who have trod the same path as you.
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (DDAM), and special education professionals across the country are taking time to reflect on how far special education has come.
How to Create Special Education Lesson Plans to Use at Home As a parent of a child with special needs, it can be easy to become overwhelmed. Between planning after-school activities and bringing them to their therapies, it can be challenging to plan any at-home study time. But, taking thirty minutes out of your day […]
A Parent’s Guide to Schools for Children with Special Needs If you suspect that your child may have special needs—do not panic. With so many specialized therapies, programs, services, and schools for children with special needs available, your child will get the help they need to reach their greatest potential. As a parent, the first […]
When children with disabilities are included in activities with other children, your child and their peers will promote, foster, and develop disability inclusion and, most importantly, build friendships!
Here are just a few of the many services that differentiate The Deron School from any other special education school.
Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder vs Autism Spectrum Disorder Sensory processing plays a significant role in the lives of children with developmental disabilities. While both Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) have some overlap, they are actually very different. Keep reading to learn the differences between ASD and SPD.
Should I Send My Child to a Private Special Education School? As a parent, are you worried that your child with developmental disabilities isn’t getting a comprehensive learning experience at your district’s public school? If so, consider sending your child to a private special education school, like The Deron School. Keep reading for three reasons […]
To support special needs children in the classroom, educators must be mindful of creating a positive learning environment to suit their unique needs.
Before any legislation stating that students with developmental disabilities required schooling, parents of children with any disability were left to home-school them without proper training.