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  • COVID 19 Home School Tips From A Homeschool Apraxia Mom
    by Lisa Geng on April 8, 2020 at 1:39 am

    While homeschooling information is always needed by some, the majority now are educating their children at home due to schools being closed to lower the spread of COVID 19/coronavirus. We appreciate the following article from Sarah Bonham, a homeschooler, to share what has worked for her children, one neurotypical and one with special needs, apraxia....Read More »

  • Home (Schooling) With Kids Due To Coronavirus
    by Lisa Geng on March 17, 2020 at 9:37 pm

    Schools will need to iron out a lot of details. If services are missed, the U.S. Department of Education says IEP teams must consider make up or “compensatory” services. Andrew M.I. Lee, JD  editor of Understood and former attorney who strives to help people understand complex legal, education, and parenting issues Lindsay Jones, JD chief executive...Read More »

  • Why It’s Smart School’s Out For Coronavirus
    by Lisa Geng on March 17, 2020 at 5:58 pm

    “We do not know why children under 9 do not have issues with the virus. They have very high concentrations of the virus and there’s no obvious reason they should not transmit efficiently … X-rays of children’s lungs show that they’re clearly diseased & clearly infected, but they don’t show any symptoms” Ralph Baric, Ph.D....Read More »

  • Eating fruit during pregnancy boosts babies’ brain development, new study confirms
    by Lisa Geng on March 1, 2020 at 2:05 am

    ” The idea that nutrition may also impact mental health and cognition has only recently started to gain traction,”  Rachel Ward-Flanagan co author of study University of Alberta A follow-up to a University of Alberta study done in 2016 confirms that pregnant women who eat more fruit during pregnancy may be giving their babies’ cognitive development a...Read More »

  • 8 Year Old Autistic Nonverbal Child Refused Communion
    by Lisa Geng on February 27, 2020 at 4:41 am

    “Not exactly enlighted and not very Christian” Eyewitness News WABC TV NY anchor when reporting on this story tonight A heartbreaking message from the father of Anthony, an 8 year old nonverbal autistic child. ” Today Nicole and I were informed that our son Anthony would not be able to make his communion this year....Read More »