Teens Online: Keeping Your Child Safe From Cyberbullying – Infographic

Teens Online: Keeping Your Child Safe From Cyberbullying – Infographic

The team at SentioLife Solutions thanks Amy Williams for this guest post –
Teens Online: Keeping Your Child Safe From Cyberbullying – Infographic

In years past, bullying took place in school hallways and on playgrounds. Children were able to seek relief from their tormentors at home. Today, unfortunately, this is becoming no longer the norm. With the prevalence of social media and the widespread use of the internet among preteens and teens, bullies can lurk around every digital corner. Humiliating photos and hurtful comments litter Facebook profiles and Instagram photos, creating insecurity and emotional distress in children.

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Special Education Etiquette by Authors of Parents Have The Power To Make Special Education Work

Special Education Etiquette by Authors of Parents Have The Power To Make Special Education Work

This post on Special Education Etiquette was written by Judith Canty Graves and Carson Graves who spent fifteen years in special education with their son and now they are trying to help other parents avoid the problems they encountered. These problems include evaluations that are vague and don’t convey useful information, IEP goals that aren’t measurable, conflicts of interest for school employees and even outside professionals, and graduation standards designed to push special education students out of the system before they receive an appropriate education.

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FREE Registration for the “Autism Empowerment Telesummit- 2014”: Doors Are Open!

FREE Registration for the “Autism Empowerment Telesummit- 2014”: Doors Are Open!

Doors are open for the  FREE “Autism Empowerment Telesummit- 2014“, where a panel of 15  world wide experts in the field of autism, with years of experience, research and success, is devoted to sharing  their knowledge and practical tools with you so you can witness transformation in YOUR child, including Dr. Temple Grandin, Julie Matthews, Kerri Rivera, Lynette Louise, Melanie Potock, Tali Berman, and more!

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Poem About Raising A Child with Special Needs: My Actual Name Is Scott! by Sandra MacLaren

Poem About Raising A Child with Special Needs: My Actual Name Is Scott! by Sandra MacLaren

Recently on Facebook I read a touching poem written by a mom from the UK about raising a child with special needs. Sandra MacLaren’s poem, “My Actual Name Is Scott!” tugged at my heartstrings and I felt so many other parents raising children with challenging needs would be able to relate to Sandra’s poem. I contacted Sandra and we thank her for writing to us about her story, for the photos and for giving us permission to post her poem.

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The Inclusive Class Podcast: Interview with Temple Grandin – Hosts Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro

The Inclusive Class Podcast: Interview with Temple Grandin – Hosts Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro

The Inclusive Class Podcast Presents: An Interview with Dr. Temple Grandin –  Hosts: Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro 

On Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at 11 AM Eastern Standard Time, The Inclusive Class Podcast proudly presents an interview with Dr. Temple Grandin.

Missed the podcast with Dr. Temple Grandin? Click here for to hear it NOW.

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Sensory Chew Necklaces: KidCompanions Chewelry & SentioCHEWS – News and Reviews

Sensory Chew Necklaces: KidCompanions Chewelry & SentioCHEWS – News and Reviews

Does the sensory chew necklaces KidCompanions Chewelry and SentioCHEWS ever come on sale? Do you have price breaks when a customer buys a few items at the same time? How can I be among the first to know about a new product or a price reduction? If you are looking for answers to the above questions and news about our company, SentioLife Solutions, Ltd., the best way to be among the first to know is to subscribe to our Newsletter.

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Online Music Therapy Course for Autism – “Meet in the Music” by Esther Thane

Online Music Therapy Course for Autism – “Meet in the Music” by Esther Thane

Meet in the Music by Esther Thane, BMT, MTA  is a multi media course, packed with demonstrative videos and original compositions for downloads.  It is a resource and training tool for parents wanting to connect with their child with Autism through the power of music, using music therapy strategies one can do at home. Others that benefit include family members, behavioral interventionists, treatment team, and school aides.

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Autism Support for Parents and Siblings by Ken Myers

Autism Support for Parents and Siblings by Ken Myers

It’s a fact: parents of autistic children often feel lonely, misunderstood, are physically and emotionally exhausted, question faith and beliefs, and may be worried about finances. If you are a friend or family member of a parent with an autistic child, one of the best ways to help initially is to offer emotional support as these families tend to feel disconnected from people who don’t fully understand autism. In addition to offering emotional support, you can offer to baby-sit, help with household chores, be an autism awareness advocate, and help locate support groups and respite resources. Here are some other ways to help lighten their load:

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