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Julia Garstecki

The gathering of friends and families are more likely to look like reindeer games than resting gentlemen. And, for families that have children with a disability, there is more planning that goes into a fun, peaceful holiday season. more

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Teachers across the country are changing instruction strategies to meet new curriculum standards. It’s a confusing time for both teachers and parents as everyone learns about the common core standards. more

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By participating in extracurricular activities, students have an opportunity to make friends they would not have made during the regular school day. This cannot be overemphasized, particularly for students with special needs. more

The importance of extracurricular activities cannot be overemphasized, particularly for students with special needs who are mainstreamed because it provides an opportunity for them to learn new skills, improve their talents and self-esteem. more

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Raising a child with a special need certainly has its ups and downs. An impending birthday party, either for your child or a peer, can be a roller coaster ride of emotions for both you and your child. more

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