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Do not let the past and useless details define your student’s existence. Problems can always be solved. See the positive.
Most parents of children with special needs would love the opportunity to make the decision of what parts of a birthday party or play date their child can participate in. When organizing a party or play date, don’t forget the special ed friend who may only be in the class for part of the day.
If your child has certain special needs issues and is invited by a friend to a play date, try to include them as much as possible in environments where they have the best chances of success. If a play date would be more successful at home, you may accept the invitation but ask if it is OK for them to come over to your house instead.
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School systems will deny services because of money, yet tell you help isn’t needed. They then make you out to be unruly for taking a stand.
SPED kids must be given the same type of reports, projects, homework, and tests as the rest of the class. It’s up to the school to modify them as needed.
Special ed. and gifted students are sometimes written off and not pushed to their full potential. It is up to you to make sure this does not happen.
Some school systems won’t give SPED services until someone that speaks their language is on your side such as a tutor, advocate, or lawyer.