The first year of teaching can be so tough, a teacher can't help but cry on Sundays. Sadie Guthrie recalls her first year of teaching special education and surviving with the help of her mom, boyfriend, and the inspiration she found in her incredible students.
Adding to our report of apps for autism, here’s a list of 10 useful applications for iPhone and iPads, as listed by Gadgets DNA. The key to the value of all of these tools is communication. Creating pictures, flashcards, voice recordings, and being able to express feelings with the use of these tools is thought … Continue reading 10 More Useful Apps for Autism →
By Sara Bernard Autism spectrum disorders now affect roughly 1 in 110 hundred children in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Difficulty communicating with others, reading facial expressions, and interpreting social situations are just a few of the symptoms of the disorder. Enter the app world. Children with autism … Continue reading Apps: A Breakthrough for Autism, Too? →