A mom struggles to get her #tactiledefensive son out of bed in the morning…

A mom struggles to get her #tactiledefensive son out of bed in the morning…

Six tips to set kids up for success in the classroom. Learn how kids learn best…

Six tips to set kids up for success in the classroom. Learn how kids learn best - metacognition, hope, the process of learning, sleep, exercise and more.

10 Strategies to Safeguard Your Wandering Child for Back-To-School

A very dangerous trend among the autism community - prevent precarious situations or even death due to children wandering out of safety and into risky environments.

Discover how to organize backpacks, get sensory input while staying safe with…

Keep your kids’ backpacks organized all year long with these 5 simple steps. For more cleaning and organization ideas, visit P&G everyday today!

New School Year: Avoid the Assumption Trap

New School Year Reminder Notice: The Assumption Trap can be hard to escape - Special-Ism

School anxiety manifests itself in much the same ways as any other form of anxiety. Discover three adjustments to help keep back to school anxiety at bay >>

8 practical, straightforward ways to ease your child’s back-to-school anxiety.

Does your child with various isms have special objects that they like to carry around? Discover why they are needed along with appropriate alternatives >>

Does your child with various isms have special objects that they like to carry around? Discover why they are needed along with appropriate alternatives >>

As kids are getting back into the swing of school, there is always this burning question every parent is dying to ask as soon as their child gets off the bus or into the car, “ How was school today? ”

As kids are getting back into the swing of school, there is always this burning question every parent is dying to ask as soon as their child gets off the bus or into the car, “ How was school today?

Kids may begin to stress about the upcoming school year due to past academic…

Assess Your Child’s Academic Organization

Get Visual and Creative to Support Transitions

Using Visual Supports to Aid with Transitions by Robin Schwoyer on Special-Ism

Turn Classrooms into #Sensory Friendly Environments

Classrooms today are filled to the brim with children who would benefit from sensory breaks whether they have a formal diagnosis or not. Children are in need of a sensory friendly environment.

Last school year, your child may have been a bit unorganized. Keep teacher emails at bay with 6 simple tips to create organizational success >>

messy locker: site also has images and recommendations for an organized locker

5 Ways to Help Your Child Transition Back to School

Transition Back to School: suggestions for parents of children with special needs

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