Where Asperger’s stops and everything else starts. It was the first time I said to myself that maybe, just maybe, parts of what Asperger’s is purported to be is shared by a lot more people than we thought possible. Beating yourself up too much for the times you feel disappointed in yourself is a part of Asperger’s. Continue Reading »
How do I know if my child has a good IEP?
This is a complicated question to answer. First, it is presumed that when a parent signs the IEP contract, they are an equal participant in its design. They are assumed to have complete knowledge of all the variables available for modifying their child’s learning environment. The parent is believed to be aware of the full ... Continue Reading »
The Five I’s Of A Good IEP
A good Individual Education Plan (IEP) consists of 5 important steps that are repeated continuously. Know the 5 important steps of an IEP meeting »
What Is Autism?
An informative video about the signs and symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Continue Reading »
10 Things That Can Go Wrong With An IEP
The quality of the IEP results is dependent on the quality of the original plan. Parents are not be aware of all of the options, assistance and modifications that are available to their child. RESOURCE Education Solutions can provide a complete Custom IEP that responds to the needs of the student as a priority, not the school budget. The wrong IEP can adversely impact the progress that a student should be making. Continue Reading »
Famous People Who Have Struggled With Learning Problems
Need Inspiration? Many famous people with learning issues have succeeded in spite of their limitations. They give credit to the difficulties as the source of their unique perspective on success and life: “It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.” “Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.” “It’s not that I’m ... Continue Reading »