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  • 5 Simple Steps to Choosing the Best Healing Diet for Your Child
    Figuring out what foods your child should and shouldn’t eat is one of the most challenging and frustrating parts of their path to recovery. It can also be the most rewarding. Our kids are different. Simply making sure they are eating a healthy balanced diet low in sugar, processed foods and bad fats likely won’t be... The post 5 Simple Steps to Choosing the Best Healing Diet for Your Child appeare...
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  • Tips for Parents of Kids Newly Diagnosed with Autism
    The latest statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control show that 1 in 68 school aged children have been diagnosed with Autism. Recently, it was estimated that 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls have been diagnosed with Autism. That means that most of us know someone who is raising a child... The post Tips for Parents of Kids Newly Diagnosed with Autism appeared first on Birdhouse Blog.
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  • Oral Sensory Motor Activities
    Do you have a chewy kiddo? Mine has been known to put toys in her mouth, chew pencils, even chew holes into her shirt. The truth is, this behavior is purposeful. It’s not really behavioral, it’s a means for oral motor seekers to get the sensory input their bodies need. So, in order to help... The post Oral Sensory Motor Activities appeared first on Birdhouse Blog.
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  • 5 Inclusion Tips for Teachers
    A 2014 study showed that about 6.5 million students in the United States were receiving special education services. That’s about 13%.  That means that general education teachers are likely learning to accommodate different learners far more than ever before. Integrating special education students into a mainstream classroom- whether throughout the day or for different day parts- can... The post 5 ...
  • Going Out With A Child with Special Needs
    Some families with autism and other special needs find going out into the community very difficult and some even avoid it altogether. If you’re one of those families who spend most of your time at home, here are some great tips for childproofing a home for a child with special needs. A hallmark characteristic of autism... The post Going Out With A Child with Special Needs appeared first on Birdhou...
  • Childproofing for a Child with Autism
    For many children with autism, life outside of the home can be scary and anxiety-provoking. There are loud noises, changing weather conditions, and sometimes unexpected surprises. Home can be a true sanctuary where things are consistent and predictable. Many children enjoy sticking to their routine at home. Much like the way new parents begin to... The post Childproofing for a Child with Autism ap...
  • Choosing the Best Therapy for a Child with Special Needs
      When you learn your child has special needs or a developmental delay, you quickly become familiar with a language of acronyms: OT, PT, SLP, ABA, DIR, IEP, and on and on! There really are a lot of options. Here’s a list of 8 Therapies You May Not Know About. It’s easy to become overwhelmed... The post Choosing the Best Therapy for a Child with Special Needs appeared first on Birdhouse Blog.
  • 5 Important Life Skills to Teach a Child with Special Needs
    You may have seen the title of this post and thought “only five important life skills to teach??” Of course, I know there are many, many important life skills we strive to teach our children. I get overwhelmed just thinking about them all. I sat down to think of which skills seemed most important to me right now, and... The post 5 Important Life Skills to Teach a Child with Special Needs appeared ...
  • 6 Toilet Training Tips for Kids with Special Needs
    Toilet training any child can be difficult and frustrating. There are a few things that might make toilet training a child with special needs a bit more challenging. If a child has had various delays: gross and fine motor, speech and communication, and others, this could lead to a delay in toilet training, too, making it tougher to get... The post 6 Toilet Training Tips for Kids with Special Needs...
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  • A Better Way to Organize Student Notes
    A teacher’s time is valuable, and nobody should have to spend their day drowning in data collection.  We surveyed dozens of special educators, and designed a new, improved student documentation app to help teachers take control of their time and classroom and better organize student notes. Birdhouse for Special Education Teachers can be used on... The post A Better Way to Organize Student Notes ap...
  • 5 Super Easy DIY Sensory Tools
    I’m always looking for new, easy sensory tools I can make myself. Gotta keep it fresh and switch things up for my daughter now and then. This is a list of 5 super easy sensory tools that I found (and pinned to our Pinterest board!). Plus, these are things she can help me make, which turns... The post 5 Super Easy DIY Sensory Tools appeared first on Birdhouse Blog.
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  • Sensory Sleep Solutions for Kids
    No one functions well the day after getting too little sleep, or sleep that’s poor in quality. Sleep problems in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder have been reported as high as 80%. This may affect their ability to focus, attend to task, control impulsive behaviors, and even their appetites. One of the reasons we included sleep... The post Sensory Sleep Solutions for Kids appeared first on Bi...
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  • 5 IEP Red Flags Infographic
    An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) ensures that students with disabilities have access to a Free and Appropriate Public Education within the least restrictive environment. In the US, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires public schools to develop an IEP for every student with a disability who is found to meet the federal and state... The post 5 IEP Red Flags Infograph...
  • 5 Tools for Special Ed Teachers to Have the Best Year Ever
    As the parent of a special needs student, I’m always asked at the start of each school year, for any tools and strategies that have worked for my son in the past. As we start to prepare for September, these are five things I will definitely be recommending to all the special education teachers I... The post 5 Tools for Special Ed Teachers to Have the Best Year Ever appeared first on Birdhouse Blog...
  • 8 Awesome Special Education Blogs
    Special Education teachers draw inspiration and encouragement from each other. Sometimes, that means walking across the school to connect with another teacher, and sometimes that means making connections online. Here are 8 special education blogs you do not want to miss! 1. The Teacher’s Toolbox http://www.theteachers-toolbox.com           2. Adapting For Autism http://www.adaptingforautism.com  ....
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