Technology, learning, autism, special education – our friends at Awake Labs

Nov 05, 18 Technology, learning, autism, special education – our friends at Awake Labs

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by Paul Fijal CPO Awake Labs Technology, learning, autism, special education *Disclaimer – this blog post makes reference to organizations and technologies developed by people we admire. References to these groups does not explicitly mean that they endorse Awake Labs. All of the information and links shared in this blog post...

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SETH TALK – Ramone the Education Specialist

Oct 30, 18 SETH TALK – Ramone the Education Specialist

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SETH TALK – Ramone the Education Specialist Education Specialist, Ramone Taylor speaks with us about the IEP code 6 designation, parent advocacy, and communication Unfiltered and Unscripted conversations with members of the Seth’s Mom family, sharing their experiences with disabilities and mental...

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SETH TALK – my family and my autistic son

Oct 19, 18 SETH TALK – my family and my autistic son

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SETH TALK – MY FAMILY AND MY AUTISTIC SON PAM AND PAUL’S STORY Pam speaks with us about being a divorced mom raising her autistic son Paul and his relationship with her family. Unfiltered and Unscripted conversations with members of the Seth’s Mom family, sharing their experiences with disabilities and mental...

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Baltimore City Family Leadership Retreat for Parents and Caregivers

Oct 19, 18 Baltimore City Family Leadership Retreat for Parents and Caregivers

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From Maryland Coalition of Families Upcoming Baltimore City Family Leadership Retreat for Parents and Caregivers The Maryland Coalition of Families (MCF) is now accepting applications for our Family Leadership Retreat for Baltimore City parents and caregivers, which will be held the weekend of November 2 and 3 at the Inner Harbor....

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I can’t stand my disabled brother! Silent struggle of siblings of the disabled

Oct 05, 18 I can’t stand my disabled brother! Silent struggle of siblings of the disabled

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I can’t stand my disabled brother! Silent struggle of siblings of the disabled We experience many emotions supporting and caring for disabled family. We learn to understand non-verbal cues, and can tell what facial expression means I love you and what twitch or head turn means pain. Hugs are absolutely life giving. In fact,...

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