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Family Emergency Preparedness with Special Needs

Family Emergency Preparedness with Special Needs

All parents are natural planners. As the parent of a child with a disability and a professional who assists communities and emergency planners with inclusive emergency plans, I know how much more critical emergency planning is for individuals with disabilities.   My daughter has the Angelman syndrome, a rare condition that limits her independence. I’m… Continue Reading

An Exclusive Look at AUTISM with Stanley P. Jaskiewicz, Esq.

An Exclusive Look at AUTISM with Stanley P. Jaskiewicz, Esq.

Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes gives an AUTISM interview by asking six questions through each letter in the word AUTISM to give readers an insightful perspective from parents, experts, entrepreneurs and other leaders in the field. Today’s AUTISM interview is Stanley P. Jaskiewicz, Esq., who with his wife, Judy, are the proud parents of a 19-year-old… Continue Reading

Educating Children About Special Needs Can Spark Compassion

Educating Children About Special Needs Can Spark Compassion

When we think about autism awareness, we think about educating the community leaders; the teachers, caregivers, police officers, neighbors, family and friends.  It’s so important to make sure as many people as possible are educated in autism and the challenges and beauty autism offers because awareness is key to acceptance and respect. The more people… Continue Reading

Issue 74 – Every Voice Matters

Issue 74 – Every Voice Matters

Buy Single Issue Subscribe today and save 50% Features: 4 Practical Interventions to Help Develop Social Skills Learn about a variety of evidence-based interventions that support skills development for school-age children. Monica C. Hudnall, MA, CCC-SLP How You Can Promote Autism Awareness This April Read great information on how to raise community awareness and ensure… Continue Reading

How to Improve Communication with Your Child’s Teacher Now

How to Improve Communication with Your Child’s Teacher Now

The new school year can be a source of stress for many children and even more so for children with autism.  There are new people to meet, new routines to learn, and all the while having to navigate this real-world environment we call school.  Communicating with your child’s teacher is critical to your child’s success. … Continue Reading