Monthly Archives: February 2020

It’s Cool to be Kind!

As I was walking through our hallway today, I noticed a “random act of kindness.” One of our five-year-old students was in line behind a younger child. When the younger child dropped his paper, the older child picked it up … Continue reading

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Top Research Studies of 2019

Autism Speaks science leadership and Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee recently announced its top ten autism studies of 2019. These selections were based on more than 2,000 research reports published in scientific journals. Many I have discussed in previous months’ autism … Continue reading

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Expanding Communication Opportunities

I sat down with Amy Moczulski, M.A., CCC-SLP, speech-language pathologist at the Barber National Institute. Amy’s role in the classroom is to assist students in learning to use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices, and this past year, she began … Continue reading

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