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KPS4Parents’ Parent Education Series

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 26, 2017

New Sessions to be Held November – December, 2017 Sign up for individual sessions or all six sessions as a package deal. Your presenter will be Anne M. Zachry, M.A. Ed. Psych.  Ms. Zachry has been a special education and disability resource lay advocate since 1991, a paralegal in special education and related matters since … Continue reading “KPS4Parents’ Parent Education Series”

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ADHD Pride: Inspiration from Our Favorite Role Models

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 26, 2017

Check back each day in October for a new quote.

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White Matter in the Brain May Help Explain Autism and ADHD

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 25, 2017

September 25, 2017 ADHD and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) often overlap, and some children with ADHD who don’t qualify for an autism diagnosis may still demonstrate autism-like traits — and vice versa. Now, new research has attributed this overlap to similar abnormalities in the white matter of brains with ADHD and ASD, finding that children … Continue reading “White Matter in the Brain May Help Explain Autism and ADHD”

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“The Interrupter Strikes Again”

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 22, 2017

I’m kneeling at the coffee table, teaching my daughter to play Uno. And with each instruction comes an interruption or a distraction. Jasmine starts every sentence by shouting “Daddy!” because she’s super excited. At six years old, everything is still the most exciting thing ever. “Daddy! What’s this card?” She shows me her hand and … Continue reading ““The Interrupter Strikes Again””

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Graduation Daze: 6 Ways to Smooth the Transition from High School to College

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 21, 2017

High school is downright brutal for many teens with ADHD and learning differences — and plenty of kids without, too. But the truth is, high school is a cakewalk compared to college, which requires students to use rock solid executive functions, unwavering academic skills, and daily stress-management strategies. Parental support doesn’t evaporate — but you … Continue reading “Graduation Daze: 6 Ways to Smooth the Transition from High School to College”

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“Stop Pushing Your Kid to Be Normal”

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 20, 2017

It’s no secret that kids with ADHD are different — different from their same-age peers; different from society’s definition of “normal;” different from most teachers’ expectations of a successful student. Yet we expect kids to “fall in line” and fit into the crowd. And that expectation is often followed by, “all else be damned,” unfortunately. … Continue reading ““Stop Pushing Your Kid to Be Normal””

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Upcoming Seminar: Do’s and Don’ts of Special Education Law

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 19, 2017

On Wednesday, October 18, 2017, Joseph Betley, Esq. and Sanmathi (Sanu) Dev, Esq. will be presenting at the New Jersey Charter School Conference in Newark.  Their presentation is entitled, “Do’s and Don’ts of Special Education Law.” For more information, please click here. Tags: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504, special education, Special Education (IDEA) & … Continue reading “Upcoming Seminar: Do’s and Don’ts of Special Education Law”

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Appellate Division Rules Against Charter Schools In Funding Issue

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 19, 2017

Four charter schools located in Jersey City challenged the level of funding they received from the local board of education under the School Funding Reform Act of 2008 (“SFRA”) as inadequate for their students to receive a thorough and efficient education in violation of the New Jersey Constitution. In an unpublished decision issued on September … Continue reading “Appellate Division Rules Against Charter Schools In Funding Issue”

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Enter to Win “From High School to College” by Elizabeth Hamblet

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 18, 2017

Success @ School Tip When a student turns 16, his IEP must be formally revised to include a section called a Transition Plan. This reflects the overall plans for the student’s life after graduation, beginning with a “diploma objective.” For the college-bound student, a Transition Plan could include researching several colleges’ learning disability services and … Continue reading “Enter to Win “From High School to College” by Elizabeth Hamblet”

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Official Rules: “From High School to College” Book Sweepstakes

  • Julie Warshaw
  • September 18, 2017

‘FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE’ SWEEPSTAKESOFFICIAL RULESEnter the Sweepstakes Here Sponsor: The “From High School to College Sweepstakes” (“Sweepstakes”) is sponsored by New Hope Media, LLC d/b/a ADDitude, 108 W. 39th St. Suite 805, New York NY 10018 (“Sponsor”). Sweepstakes Entry Period: The Sweepstakes starts at 12:00:01 AM Eastern Time (“ET”) on 09/19/17 and ends … Continue reading “Official Rules: “From High School to College” Book Sweepstakes”

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