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September 27th, 2016

Early Childhood Special Education – When I Grow Up

Early Childhood Special Education – When I Grow Up

The Watson Institute recognizes the importance of early childhood special education and its positive impact on the success of students with special needs. At Watson, special education teachers incorporate IEP goals into all aspects of the classroom schedule, understanding that building the foundation for success should start early on in the students’ education. Megan Megrey, … Read More

September 27th, 2016

Special Education Classrooms – Promoting On-Task Behavior

Teachers, have you ever had a student who had difficulty engaging with and working to complete a school work assignment? If so, read today’s Teacher Tip for more resources to promote on-task behaviors in the classroom. Incorporating a student’s special interest area (SIA) such as a hobby or favorite TV show into an assignment can help promote … Read More

September 23rd, 2016

Sensory-Friendly Event: The Andy Warhol Museum

Sensory-Friendly Event: The Andy Warhol Museum

The Watson Institute understands that sensory-friendly experiences are important for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and sensory sensitivities.  The Andy Warhol Museum is also recognizing the importance of making art and cultural events accessible for children with special needs by offering a sensory-friendly event at the museum. On Saturday, October 8, 2016 teens … Read More

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Obtaining an Evaluation

Where can I obtain an evaluation for my child?

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Turn Taking in Play and Conversation

I have a client who has difficulty with turn taking. What kind of intervention strategies or games could I play to help him comprehend turn taking?

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