Special Education Advocate
Central Auditory Processing, Individual Education Plan, Law, Needs, Reading Comprehension, Schools, Speech & Language | Tagged , , , ,

Special Education Advocate

You want an advocate who not only understands your concerns, but Special Ed law. Having an advocate at your CPSE/CSE meeting will quickly calm your anxiety. All it takes is a simple phone call to help your son or daughter receive the appropriate placement, IEP goals, and related services. Is your school district giving your […]

LI Behavior
ADHD, Autism, Central Auditory Processing, Conferences, Hearing, Needs, Reading Comprehension, Speech & Language, Uncategorized | Tagged , , ,

1st Annual Long Island Behavioral Analysis Conference- December 7 & 8

Hosted by: The ELIJA Foundation & LI-BAG (Long Island Behavior Analyst Group). We will have a booth. Topics for workshops include: Improving Observational Learning Skills in Children with Autism, Behavioral Assessment and Treatment of Feeding Problems in Children with Autism and Related Disorder, Behavior Analysis and Skepticism: The Importance of Data Collection and the Demonstration […]

Super Duper Publications
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Super Duper Publications

Super Duper Publications is my favorite source for Speech & Language Material for my family. They have wonderful software programs, fun decks and other material to help with receptive, expressive, language, memory, auditory memory, auditory comprehension, inferential (why questions), sight words, phonological awareness. SuperDuper.com

Lindamood-Bell
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Lindamood-Bell for Reading and Comprehension

My favorite reading and decoding program is Seeing Stars. The ability to process language is a prerequisite to learning content. Specifically the ability to decode, the ability to retain sight words, the ability to spell, the ability to comprehend written and oral language, and the ability to think critically are all necessary for success in […]

obit
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Matthew P. Sapolin, Who Led Bloomberg’s Office for Disabled, Dies at 41

Matthew P. Sapolin, the Bloomberg administration’s disabilities commissioner, died of cancer on Tuesday. He was 41. Mr. Sapolin, whose death was confirmed by the mayor’s office, had served as commissioner for the Mayor’s Office for People With Disabilities since the post was created in 2006. In that role, he pushed to make New York City’s […]