Whether you evaluate preschoolers incoming from early intervention programs as a surprise emergency substitute or you do them every day, there are certain considerations that you may not have thought of for the EI to school transition. I’ve performed incoming preschool evaluations for 4 school corporations (from rural to inner city and in between) and each one has done things differently. I’ve also served as an early intervention therapist in peoples’ homes (again, rural to intercity and in between!). So while some of these may seem like “no brainers” for some folks (like me!) new realizations are popping up daily.

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National School Backpack Awareness

Does your child or students complain about the weight of their backpacks? Did you know it is important for students and children to wear their backpacks correctly?

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6 Classroom Tips to Deal with Separation Anxiety in Children with Special Needs

Child care drop off can be difficult for children and their parents, but it may also create a challenge for child care teachers.  As the teacher, it is your responsibility to make sure every child you are caring for feels safe and comfortable in the classroom. This can be difficult when dealing with a child who is experiencing separation anxiety. If you work together with the child’s parents, however, you can quickly establish a secure routine for drop off that works for everyone.

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Start of the School Year:
“For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.” (African Proverb)

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