Category Archives: Identification

33. Invisible Disabilities

Perhaps one of the hardest things to get the public, general educators and, in some instances, parents to understand and accept are the disabilities that are not obvious.  Statistically ten percent of the population has an invisible disability.  (What Are Invisible Disabilities?) These invisible disabilities … Continue reading

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1. Beginning the Journey

I can recall so long ago entering into this process and will share some of the most valuable resources that I used in my journey for my own son. Many of the things I learned way back then are timeless … Continue reading

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