I’ve always had high expectations of my students despite their disability. The most important thing I can do is help my students communicate, interact with others properly and nurture an individuals strengths and interests. Helping a student gain control of his/her environment is essential.
The Autism walk was great despite the rain. The Autism Society is a great organization and the people that supported the walk today made it a pleasent event, even in the rain. It was so fun giving out free stuff and seeing old friends. There are so many resources in the Hudson Valley for Autism. Thank you to all that stopped at my table, it was surely a pleasure to meet everyone of you. Now that I have lots of information and resources, I will be sure to share the information and upcoming events in the Hudson Valley, on my calendar .Please share your thoughts. I would love to hear from you.
Will it rain on our parade tomorrow? Come join us at the Hudson Valley Autism Walk at the Dutchess County fair grounds!
IT's a new Day! Every day I work with my students I am assured to have many moments of joy. One of my students has been assisting his peers independently with the morning news activity. I' m so proud of him.
Share your thoughts on Autism. April is Autism Awareness month.
Special Educator living and loving life in the Hudson Valley of New York!