Lynnhaven Academy offers online courses for middle and high school students in grades 6-12. They have grown up with the Internet, and use technology to connect with each other and their interests every day. Who better to take advantage of the benefits and possibilities of an online learning experience and completing high school.
Approximately a third of the apartments, at The Faison Residence, are set aside for adult tenants with autism and other developmental disabilities who are generally independent but need occasional assistance and supervision. The remaining apartments are rented to the public, making it a truly integrated community with neighbors looking out for neighbors.
Here are 17 short phrases you can use on yourself as well as your loved ones, try it, if you want, use each one for the next 17 days and see how you and your loved ones feel!
Here are some super simple ideas for the days that your kids are close to saying, or already saying, “I’m Bored”. Keep this handy and let your kids choose the one that makes them smile! Have another idea? Send it over, we’d love to add to ours.
So we’ve rounded up 22 ideas that offer fun and simple ways to engage special needs kids this summer … all while having fun! Many of these ideas are great to work on with kids of all ability levels, even those without special needs. There are plenty on this list that I’m planning on working on this summer with my special needs son!
Well, Summer is here. How are you all doing with the change in routines? Our guy is in a Summer program through school. It has not been easy getting him there. During the school year, he starts at 9 am, this program starts at 730 am! We have not been on time yet and I am not sure we will be.
This is a really neat app, RescueTime, it is free with a paid version as well.
It allows you to set goals to help keep you on track. You can see how much time is spent on your computer. You can also set an alarm to tell you when you spent more than 2 hours on Facebook.
10 Summers in Richmond, that is how many we have been here and every one of those Summers we have had a visit to Kingsmill. This is my first time writing about it and sharing a little about this family-friendly resort. I think the ability to be an hour from home and having so many of the comforts of home, give this an added perk for traveling with a child that has special needs.
Day trips are fun and a must for many of us during the Summer. But, for the days we want to stay close to home or maybe only have a few hours to spend, we need ideas of things to do in our town. And, the list is long. I have come up with a small list here of some of our favorites. If you have one that isn’t here, please share!