Distance Teaching?

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Distance teaching is a necessity, it’s not a choice. But we have to ask ourselves a question: which distance teaching are we doing? Whether it comes to video lessons or pressing pupils with grades…. Doing something traditional in an innovative … Continued

Heading into Week 10….

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As we head into yet another week of Shelter in Place (in most of California, other states are on different schedules to re-open)……a few reflections. We’ve all had some “breathing room”, including Mother Earth. Animals are coming out in areas … Continued

Waiting on Re-Opening….

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So, it’s the time to start talking about the opening. San Diego County Beaches opened today (some to follow). That’s a start. We will find out Friday what comes next. In the meantime, get used to wearing the masks………these may … Continued

Is it over yet?

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At the beginning of the stay at home orders some families, mine included, saw it as a time to re-group, slow down, go to the beach. Some families of children with special needs panicked and then got into a routine. … Continued

Workability not Unusual….

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My husband and I enjoy going to the movies. At our local Regal Theater there is an employee that gives me hope for situations such as this to not be unusual. The girl collecting tickets at the entrance to the … Continued

Welcome to a New Decade

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So, we are a month into the new year. It’s a good time to stop and think about what we had hoped to be doing (maybe a resolution, maybe just a hope for time to do something) and to reflect, … Continued

Holidays

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Holidays can be challenging to children, teens and adults with autism as there are many changes in routine as well as many more people to meet/see. Add travel and you have even more stressors. It doesn’t mean that you avoid … Continued