As many special education professionals know, transitions can be difficult for children with special needs. Adjusting to the back to school schedule can be challenging for students, their families and certainly special education teachers and support staff. The Watson Institute’s special education consultants have developed special education transition tips for educators to help you prepare … Read More
The Pennsylvania ACT 84 of 2015 requires that public and nonpublic schools receive electronic notice of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) on an annual basis no later than August 15. A flyer has been created and is to be shared with every parent or guardian of every student enrolled in the district during the … Read More
For many students with special needs, changes of any kind can be difficult. Starting at a new school, changing to a new classroom, getting a new teacher, and certainly the special education transition from a summer schedule to the school-time routine can be challenging. At the Watson Institute, special education teachers, aides and support staff … Read More
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Preparing for a Visitor
I am going to visit my non-verbal, six year old grandson. I only see him once a year in his space but he knows me from Skype. What are some tips on making this process easier for him?
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?