Resources & Tools

Here are links to some of my favorite resources and tools

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Dr Ross Greene’s Collaborative and Proactive Solutions to helping support children with challenging behavior in school and at home.

The Explosive Child

By Dr Ross Greene. A New Approach For Understanding And Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children

Lost and Found at School.

Helping Behaviorally Challenging Students at school (and, While You’re At It, All the Others) 

Weighted Blanket for sensory support and calm

Essential Oils Beginner Kit

This is one of the many tools in our tool box! If You are interested in learning more let me know! I have a group on Facebook to help learn ways to support your special needs child. 

FREE IEP Parent Guide!

Grab your Free IEP Parent Guide and walk into your next IEP meeting feeling prepared and confident to support your child at school!

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How to Write your Parent Input Statement

One of THE most important parts of your child’s IEP is the parent input statement and SO many times it is left blank in the IEP.

Use this template to create a parent input statement that really draws a picture of who your child is, where they are at and where you want them to go.

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IEP vs 504 What's the Deal?

I am often asked “which is better a 504 Plan or an IEP?”  My answer always starts with “it depends.” 

It’s a hard question to answer, because they both serve different purposes and have their own strengths depending on your child.

Both are detailed plans, created by the school and parents, to outline how a student with a disability will learn. A 504 Plan and an IEP are both intended to protect a student with a disability to ensure that they are learning in the least restrictive environment.

What’s better really depends on your child and their unique needs. Watch this free video to get a better understanding of what the differences are and which option may better support your child. 

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