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  • Winter Break: Two Weeks of Crazy

    The Holiday Season is a magical time that I look forward to each year. Though, as excited as I get for the kids' two week winter break, let’s get ...
  • New Year's Resolutions: The Soon-to-Be Forgotten Promise

    Special thanks to our guest blogger, Ryan Lang (@ryanlangradio), for contributing this post! As I sit at my computer, having just devoured a double...
  • Holiday Commitments - Make It Accessible Monday

    'Tis the Season, and here come the 1,213 commitments of pure joy and utter insanity to your world. Between classroom parties, office parties, famil...
  • Food for the Holidays

    Whatever your Holiday traditions entail, surely they include food. And if you are anything like our family, you spend lots of time preparing your holiday menu. In our home we live in our kitchen and love to cook. The past few Holidays we have been experimenting with new and different themed menus.

    Despite all the excitement associated with food during the holidays, it’s important to remember lots of special needs individuals have to adhere to special diets for a variety of reasons.

  • 9 Parent Personalities You May Find At a Class Party

    It’s the Holiday Season and with this comes the infamous classroom party. I love classroom parties: the kids singing carols, a feast where we all bring a side dish to share, crafts, and games. However, one of the most entertaining aspects of all are the different parent personalities that enter the classroom.
  • Holiday Party Schedules - Make It Accessible Monday

    The holidays are a time when there are lots of unexpected changes to everyday routine and structure. Although these changes are exciting and fun, t...
  • Making Christmas Presents Accessible - Make It Accessible Monday

    In today’s installment of Make is Accessible Monday we are going to talk about holiday gifts, and how to make them go as smoothly as possible. A lot can go wrong.... just ask the dent in our drywall.