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Planning Guide: Year-by-Year
What to do and when to do it.
The High School Years: IEP Meeting Planning
Now that your child is in high school, you will need to start meeting annually with the school to create your child’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP). You may have already begun the IEP process earlier in your child’s life; however, a high school IEP is a little different.
Help Infants Learn Self Regulation Through Relationships
When babies are born, they have very little ability to regulate themselves. The development of self-control occurs within the context of the infant-caregiver relationship.
Attachment and Exploration: The Toddler Years
Although you may try desperately to contain your toddler’s enthusiasm, making attempts to keep things out of reach or out of sight, your little one is driven to continue her search and discovery mission!
Positive Discipline and Guidance for Children
Practicing consistent, positive discipline is one of the most important ways you can support your child’s healthy development.
Behavior Due to Individual Differences
Genetic and biological factors influence a child’s individual personality and development.
Walk a Mile in Their Shoes
Life After High School
Making the Business Case: Getting Jobs for People with Developmental Disabilities
Facilities for Nonprofits
We have five facilities along the Peninsula with a variety of space options ideal for small or large groups and many different uses.