If you are concerned that a student does not understand your directions, ask him/her to repeat them back to you or to a peer.

This website is dedicated to promoting inclusive schooling and exploring positive ways of supporting students with autism and other disabilities. Most of my work involves collaborating with schools to create environments, lessons, and experiences that are inclusive, respectful, and accessible for all learners.



Posted on May 16, 2012 in Families, News

I am just in love with this new blog I found called Noah’s Dad. You will be too when you click over and see those blue eyes staring back at you-LOL!

I cannot get enough of these family blogs—especially those that are …

WEBSITE WEDNESDAY: Carly Fleischmann

Posted on May 09, 2012 in Autism, News

If you have been to one of my autism workshops, you may have seen the video I play of Carly Fleishmann. Carly is non-verbal and types to communicate, and you learn more about her on the web at Carlys Voice.

She has been on Larry King, …

3 Questions: Lights! Camera! Autism! Using Video Technology to Enhance Lives

Posted on May 07, 2012 in Autism, News

I have been talking about this fantastic book in many of my workshops, so I thought it was time to share more information about it on the blog.

“Lights! Camera! Autism! Using Video Technology to Enhance Lives”

Read on to hear from …

One Last Winner: Julie Vanderwagen

Posted on May 03, 2012 in News

It was great fun to read all of the comments on my last post in the 30 Tips in 30 Days series. Thanks for taking the time to try and help someone else on this page.

Julie Vanderwagen, you are the last winner of our Autism Awareness Month drawings. Thanks for posting your idea on my …


Posted on May 02, 2012 in Differentiating Instruction, News

Even if you are not an “assistive tech” person, you will really be interested in browsing Carol Leynse Harpold’s blog.

Carol is an OT and and Assistive Tech Coordinator so her site has …

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