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Tips for Attaining Work/Life Balance With our world continuously changing and more jobs going remote or adopting hybrid remote/in-office models, the discussion of maintaining a healthy balance between work and home has become an increasingly popular conversation. Technology has made it possible for many to work remotely from anywhere they would like, but it also [...]
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How to Prepare for Your Student's IEP Meeting As discussed in a previous article in this series, participating in IEP meetings falls under the rights of a student’s parent/guardian. Participating in the creation and modifications of your student’s IEP is an essential part of ensuring your student has the supports they need when it comes [...]
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Tips for Creating a Disability-Inclusive Workplace The importance of inclusion in the workspace is a topic that has been highlighted for several years. Employers who create and foster an environment where all employees have equal opportunity in succeeding, advancing, and obtaining appropriate compensation are able to truly reach a pool of skilled individuals. Even so, [...]
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Employment Resources for Veterans According to CBS News, each year about 200,000 military service members make the transition into civilian life. Only about 1 in 4 of them have a job lined up. And even more veterans have trouble finding work that is long-term, sustainable, and meaningful to them. While there are resources for veterans [...]
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Mental Health in the Workplace The topic of mental health is one that has become more prevalent as the years have gone on. Recently, mental health in the workplace has become a popular discussion among both employers and employees. Mind Share Partners’ 2021 Mental Health at Work Report in partnership with Qualtrics and ServiceNow showed [...]
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Social Activities and Career Prep for Homeschooled Students Without An IEP or 504 Plan Public, private, charter, and home school options all provide different benefits when it comes to a student’s education. Deciding which is right for your child may depend on several different factors. While there are many beneficial aspects to each learning environment, [...]
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A Shift from Autism Awareness to Autism Acceptance National Autism Awareness Month was first held in April 1970 by the Autism Society. It was established with the intent and goal to educate and bring awareness of autism to the public. The Autism Society defines autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which includes Asperger’s Disorder and [...]
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What Is National Deaf History Month March 13th begins National Deaf History Month, which runs through April 15th.  Celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of the deaf and hard of hearing community, National Deaf History Month recognizes three key events that impacted the community. The three significant dates are;  April 15, 1817  On April 15, 1817 [...]
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About one in six children, ages 3 to 17, are diagnosed with a developmental disability, according to the CDC. Varying in signs and symptoms, developmental disabilities are a group of conditions that begin during the developmental stages of an individual’s life and may affect day-to-day functioning throughout their lifetime due to an impairment in the […]

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