Coronavirus resources and online activities

Apr 15, 20 Coronavirus resources and online activities

Posted by in Breaking News, Resources

From Pathfinders for Autism CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) RESOURCE PAGE Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources Page We are trying to keep track of as many resources as we can find to help you while we are home and working, playing, learning and living.  This list is being updated regularly.  Please feel free to email Neal Lichter with any...

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My autistic baby is growing up. Yikes! What’s a transition plan?

Feb 19, 19 My autistic baby is growing up. Yikes! What’s a transition plan?

Posted by in Support

Transition planning for disabled and autistic adolescents is exactly what it sounds like. Yes momma… yes daddy… you will cut those apron strings and help your child become a productive adult. Your baby is growing up! As scary as that may seem it is actually a great time in your lives. It’s a new adventure for you...

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Disabilities support jargon. What’s LISS?

Mar 30, 18 Disabilities support jargon. What’s LISS?

Posted by in Maryland DDA

“Disabilities support jargon. What’s LISS? As much as we love to give our disabled children and family affection we can give it in may ways. LISS is not “kiss” misspelled. Actually, LISS stands for low-intensity support services. It’s a little bit of money for a little bit of support. But as we know,...

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Where is Seth’s Mom? Gateway to Success Learning Center

Where is Seth’s Mom? Gateway to Success Learning Center In December 2017, Doc Mo and Seth held a meet and greet with Seth’s Mom and the Gateway to Success Learning Center parents. It was a huge hit! The director, Ms. Tiara Montgomery, asked us to come back and speak with her staff. A special thank you to Ms. Cookie for...

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Family Support and Dispute Resolution Branch. Who are they and why you should know.

Dec 06, 17 Family Support and Dispute Resolution Branch. Who are they and why you should know.

Posted by in IEP, Maryland Dept. Education

Maryland State Department of Education Family Support and Dispute Resolution Branch Most schools and special educators are in it for the love of the job. They want to see our children succeed. Even if progress is incremental or can only be gauged in smiles, they take on the responsibility of educating our children because they have...

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Special needs financial planning checklist. Time to plan! The clock is ticking!

Dec 06, 17 Special needs financial planning checklist. Time to plan! The clock is ticking!

Posted by in Resources

Special needs financial planning checklist We are busy people. We have work. We have school. We have businesses. We have a family. And we have children or family with special needs. Whether it’s autism or some other developmental disability. Whether it’s schizophrenia or Alzheimer’s, it’s important to take a...

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