ISCRDconnect: Avoiding Litigation – Mistakes and Recommendations
February 3, 2018
Register for this FREE digital learning session and learn from a special education attorney common mistakes to avoid and best practices to ensure you stay compliant and avoid litigation issues. ISCRDconnect is a series of digital learning sessions designed to share best practices and innovative programs in the fields of special education and cognitive disorders.

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ISCRDconnect: Writing Effective IEP Notes and RTI Considerations
January 3, 2018
Register for this FREE digital learning session to discover ways your IEP notes can strengthen your IEP planning and implementation, as well as national trends and considerations for RTIs. ISCRDconnect is a series of digital learning sessions designed to share best practices and innovative programs in the fields of special education and cognitive disorders.

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Helpful Holiday Hints
December 13, 2017


I love the classic Christmas song “ But let’s be honest, December can be a difficult month for most of us – with all the juggling, jingling, jangling, and jostling of added obligations and opportunities. For people affected by a challenging special need or disability, it can be extremely difficult. Between the extra-long list of “to-dos” for everyone, the sugary treats, decorating, shopping, junk food, programs, and family gatherings — the toll exacted from individuals with fragile systems can feel like pure drudgery instead of pure joy. School teachers often observe goal-digression in students instead of progress and harmony. So, if you’re a professional, feel free to pass...
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Giving Families A Reason To Travel: A Certified Autism Travel Professional’s Perspective
December 10, 2017


I have always wanted to be a travel agent since I was 18 and graduated from high school.  My first trip was to Mexico with my cousins, and I was hooked.  I went to travel school in the late 80s and had the privilege of working for AAA Nebraska for 5 years.  I decided to open my own home-based travel agency about 12 years ago in a little town in Nebraska with a population of 450 people. I also have a teaching degree and substitute teach in our local K-12 grade schools.  I have a lot of experience working with kiddos on the Autism spectrum, ranging from low to high-functioning.

I continue to substitute part-time to help our schools out when they need me to, but ...
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