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Down Syndrome
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Learning Styles
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Obesity
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Parent Child Connections
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Physical Development
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Pre Academic Skills
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Schools and IEPs

What if You Don’t Agree with the Proposed IEP Services?

Signing the IEP form denotes your agreement with the plan and will allow services to begin. Here’s what to do if you don’t agree with the plan.

Schools and IEPs

What is Inclusive Preschool Education?

Inclusive education is a system in which students with special needs can attend school with their typically developing peers. An inclusive preschool system integrates special education and related services into all aspects of its program.

Schools and IEPs

What Are Designated Instructional Services (DIS)?

Your child may be eligible for Designated Instruction Services (DIS), also known as related services. These support services help a child benefit from his special education program.

Speech and Language

Communication Disorders: Approaches to Early Intervention

If your child is a late talker or has other challenges with communication, early intervention will likely be recommended.

Speech and Language

Atypical Communication in Young Children

Late-talking children are those at age two with a vocabulary of fewer than 50 words and who use limited or no two- or three-word combinations, such as “more juice.”

Speech and Language

Communication Disorders: Reasons for Early Intervention

Can your child benefit from early intervention by a speech-language pathologist?

Down Syndrome

An Introduction to Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is a genetic variation that affects one out of 800 to 1,000 babies born in the United States.

Down Syndrome

Developmental Patterns of a Child with Down Syndrome

Every child is unique and develops at his or her own pace. This is especially true of children with Down syndrome whose rate of development is even more variable.

Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome: Mealtimes with Your Child

It is not uncommon for mealtime to occasionally be a source of stress and frustration for parents and children alike. For children with Down syndrome, there may be additional circumstances that lead to more challenges with eating and swallowing.

Autism

Puberty and Your Child with Autism

All children go through puberty regardless of IQ or social skills.

Autism

Reading and Vocabulary for a Child with Autism

Parents are invested in improving their child’s vocabulary and reading skills. This is especially import for a child who has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Growth and Nutrition

Growth and Growth Charts for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Certain genetic or chromosomal abnormalities cause children to have a shorter height, smaller head, or increased or decreased weight compared to typically developing children.

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Lupe Arizaga (She/Her)

Early Childhood Special Educator

Danielle Azzalino (She/Her)

Vice President of Adult Programs

Ken Barker

Andy Billings

Jeff Brown

Amanda Burr (She/Her)

Occupational Therapist

Alex Cabral

Anne Carey

President, AbilityPath Auxiliary

Amber Checky

Jennie Chien (She/Her)

Director of Inclusive Early Childhood Education

Cassy Christianson

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