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Nicky’s first party with friends!
From Facebook, by Cheryl Ryan Chan, June 9, 2016: Nicky is hosting his first party at his house. He has about 6 friends and their parents & staffers coming with them. I got 2 bouncy houses (most will get that). … Continue reading
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Cheryl’s Autism Awareness Posters
Cheryl has been creating poster images for Facebook during Autism Acceptance/Awareness Month for several years. Check out her album of images! All are subject to copyright laws, so please share liberally but give credit to Cheryl Ryan Chan. Cheryl sincerely … Continue reading
“Trajectory Planning”; our own term, meaning WATCH THE ROAD
Beginning Wednesday, October 8, we will launch a 3-part blog series. “22at20, Deconstructed,” we will address each of the key takeaways that we discuss during the presentation; collaboration, early planning, creative visions. We hope you are able to take these ideas and share them with your team members, and create your own successful transition! Continue reading
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Transition planning is NOT a one-time meeting!
Transition (and transition planning) is not a one-time, singular activity marked by an IEP meeting or goodbye party in the classroom. It is a process, and success can only be achieved when that process is thorough and includes status checks … Continue reading
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