A fresh look at special education law-mostly in understandable English. Jim Gerl is a consultant for a number of state education agencies, and he is a frequent speaker on special ed law topics. He has presented at many national and regional conferences, and he has given interviews for numerous publications. He's also a due process hearing officer and mediator for a number of states.
My name is Tanya Savko. I am a writer and the mother of two sons. I am also the southern Oregon chapter rep for the Autism Society of Oregon.
My older son, Nigel, was diagnosed with autism at age three, in 1997. Between the ages of three and six he received intensive ABA-based therapy, which I believe was essential to how well he is able to function today. Unfortunately, negative peer...
I am an educator, writer, author, speaker and mental health advocate. My goals are to be loving, educate, encourage, empower those affected by mental illness, abolish mental illness myths & misunderstandings, eradicate stigma surrounding diseases of the brain,write creatively, speak provocatively, live passionately, and inspire hope. In addition to managing my own website, I regularly...
I’ve got my day job as a family law attorney, my night job as parent to three children with special needs, and I write when I can. I like to do what I can to help other parents along the way with their journey.
Single parenting two boys on opposite ends of the autism spectrum. They are now 14 and 16. Youngest is transitioning into high school and gets ABA at home. Never too old to start as we are in our 6th month.
I am a Zumba and bodybugg enthusiast. Working out daily.
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