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Attending the IEP
March 13, 2015 2:45 PM by Devon Alley
For those of us who love and care for children on the spectrum, the IEP becomes a source of great joy and incredible anxiety. Talk to any parent of an autistic child the day before an IEP meeting, and no matter how many times they've attended them, or Read More...
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Being a Social Experiment in the Unavailability of Cereal
December 9, 2010 11:43 PM by Devon Alley
Thomas and I are both convinced that A. attends the Best Elementary School ever. This is because A. attends an elementary school that is willing to perform experiments on her. A week or so ago, A.'s CDC teacher informed me that she was wanting to perform Read More...
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November's Been A Good Month
November 30, 2010 9:35 PM by Devon Alley
A. brought her mid-term report card home last week. She's making all B's and C's, and she's actually making an A in Work Habits. It's really amazing the progress that A. has been making in school ever since she moved to the CDC classroom. There have been Read More...
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In Celebration of the Good Days
November 13, 2010 8:54 PM by Devon Alley
While I was at work Friday afternoon, I received a phone call from A.'s teacher. Initially, I was concerned -- perhaps she'd fallen sick, perhaps she'd had another uncontrollable meltdown, perhaps there was some other crisis that would require my intervention Read More...
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A.'s First Week in CDC
October 30, 2010 4:46 PM by Devon Alley
A.'s first week in the full-time CDC classroom has been quite a success. Of course, we've all been warned that this may just be a "honeymoon period," that A. may just be excited to be out of the mainstream classroom she hated so much. I am, however, cautiously Read More...
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One Step Back, Two Steps Forward
October 27, 2010 11:18 PM by Devon Alley
Sometimes, you have to take one step back in order to take two steps forward. At A.'s long-anticipated and much-needed IEP Meeting this past Friday, the team decided that A.'s behavior issues needed intense monitoring and guidance, the sort of attention Read More...
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