6 Ways to Advocate for Your Child - transcript of infographic below

Infographic: Advocating for Your Child

Tip #26: Parents: You have a voice and a critical decision-making role throughout the whole special education process. You know your child best–be sure to ask questions and never stop advocating for your child in a professional, productive way.

Making Sense

Topics: Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy

Learn simple and inexpensive DIY hacks for children with a variety of sensory integration needs from occupational therapist Megan Lehman.

Tech It Out

Topics: Early Childhood Services Family Support/Family Engagement Family Support/Family Engagement Instruction and Support Understanding Disabilities and Development

Join host Dr. Chris Swanson of the Johns Hopkins Center for Technology in Education, in an exploration of the latest ed tech tools and tips. Tech it Out to make sure you are on the cutting edge of education.

Measuring Up

Topics: Authentic Child and Family Assessment Evaluation and Assessment

Dr. Pretti-Frontczak helps inspire educators re-invent early care and education from the inside out.