The process can be overwhelming; not only do you need to find the right school, but you also must navigate the application and admission processes.
How to Create a Schedule for Special Needs Students
Creating a schedule for special needs students can be daunting and challenging—but it doesn’t have to be!
Autism Rates in NJ Are Up 500% from 2000-2016
A newly released report has exposed the significantly strained resources used to support growing autism rates in NJ.
The Role of SLP in Special Education
Speech-language pathology (SLP) is essential in special education, as speech and language difficulties can significantly impact a child’s learning and development.
6 Social Skills Activities for Special Needs Students
When used consistently and correctly, social skills activities for special needs students can be a great way to foster cooperation, problem-solving skills, and more.
Top Autism Resources for Parents & Caregivers
Deron’s Guide to Autism Resources for Parents Do you have a child or a loved one with autism? If so, you know just how difficult it can be to find […]
4 Job Ideas for Special Needs Students & Adults
The Best Jobs for Special Needs Students & Adults Looking for suitable jobs for special needs students and adults can be challenging. But with the right skills and knowledge, finding […]
3 Sensory Toys for Special Needs Children
Parents have long sought out sensory toys to alleviate their children’s extreme irritability, restlessness, and discomfort. These objects provide a fun outlet for children with special needs to engage in calming, manipulative play.
Understanding the ADHD and Autism Overlap
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.
How to Become a Special Education Advocate in NJ
Regardless of its form, advocacy is vital to ensuring that all students with disabilities have access to the quality education they deserve.