Tag: school

A total of 11 posts are filed under school
World Rare Disease Day Educational Success: Julie Cunningham Creates Fun Printables for Kids
How do you communicate what an important day World Rare Disease Day is to a classroom of young children? While many rare parents will try to… Continue Reading
Preventing Bullying and Promoting Rare Awareness This School Year
By Lisa Moreno-Dickinson  Are you contributing to the confusion? Making sure rare disease is understood by your child’s classmates can… Continue Reading
The Six People You Need to Chat With Before Your Rare Kid Goes Back to School
Growing up, my teachers and school staff had mixed feelings about how to handle my disease. Did they push or pull back? Were they supposed… Continue Reading
IEP Champions: Planning for Your Child’s IEP Starts NOW!
Believe it or not, now is the perfect time to think about a new school year. Your child’s school year is coming to an end and now is the… Continue Reading
Life with Lowe: Communicating with Teachers
As a special needs parent, I feel like I always have to ask more questions or constantly follow-up with questions because if I don’t, I… Continue Reading
World Rare Disease Day: Getting Your Classroom Involved
About World Rare Disease Day World Rare Disease Day is an annual observance held on the last day of February (February 28th or February 29th… Continue Reading
Leading IEP Champions: How to Get SMART Goals on Your Child’s IEP
Have you ever attended an IEP meeting and left feeling lost or confused? As a special education teacher and parent of a child with a rare… Continue Reading
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