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“I am curious what tips you have for parents of young children who are just learning their child’s verbal communication is impacted? What are some key things to remember, do, or try?” I think back to when I was just diagnosed, and I was not using verbal communication consistently. I know my parents were concerned…

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“Question: I’m a teacher. How can I best support someone who uses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to communicate in my classroom?” Right now, I’m taking an online class, “History of Religion in the United States since 1840.” It’s completely virtual, and I am able to take all the time I need to communicate as…

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Sexual relationships probably don’t find any space on an IEP. Getting excited about finding a partner might not be on your caseworker’s mind at your next recertification meeting. But I’m here to argue that a disabled person’s learning should include the realm of relationships and sexuality over the course of their school experience. Indeed, they…

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  In many ways, there are a thousand different rules of conduct that I either forget or am not aware of when I go out into the world. In most cases, it’s no big deal, but I usually manage to mess up at least a few times. For example, the racks of gum and candy…

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