Cerebral Palsy

To the dad on “Survivor” whose daughter has a diagnosis of autism

To the dad on “Survivor” whose daughter has a diagnosis of autism, I feel like it’s important to start this off with an honest statement: I’m not judging you.  If I were, I would be completely contradicting myself.  Before I communicate…
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PhD Special Ed Teacher Stands Up for Students… and for Science

Dr. Wendy Bradshaw is a mother, teacher, scholar, and advocate for students… and for science.  On October 23, 2015, Dr. Bradshaw publicly shared her experience as a teacher in a Central Florida county’s public school system; she also shared certain…
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Accomplishments of 2015 (2)

At the end of 2014, we posted our accomplishments of 2014 and goals for 2015.  Now that two quarters of 2015 are over, we have gone through our goals again and provided brief updates below (Click here for PDF Version).  Goals and…
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Interview with Shanae “iLiftNWheels” Heard

Shanae, aka iLiftNWheels, thank you for taking your time for this interview for The Behavior Station.  We are very happy to have crossed tracks with you, and we are happy to be collaborating with you to get people #AllAboard4CPawareness.  Cerebral…
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Essential for Living Curriculum

When planning for learners with moderate-to-severe developmental disabilities, it is important to consider teaching functional skills. Too much emphasis continues to be placed on developmental skills for older learners or learners of all ages with syndromes that always result in…
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