I started writing this blog a while back. I have teachers, &, doctors tell me how they did not understand or comprehend the parent’s perspective when dealing with kids/adolescents with Aspergers. It seems like a need is there. This is where it all hangs out; even the stuff that is considered "private". When your kid is autistic and the school is in your home there is no "private” life for any of us. I have the cuter half's support and we talk about everything here.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Guest Blogger Today. The Boy
Today's guest blogger is my irrepressible "boy". He was working on an assignment and I liked it so much I asked him if we could put it on here.
Therefore I get to show off and say, "See what expectations can do!!!!!!!!!"
The websites he chose are below:
For "students with disabilities"
the United States Department of Education
Developed by: National. Dissemination.
Center for Children with Disabilities
think these sites are interesting because even at a younger age a disabled
student should be encouraged to think about getting ready for college. All
students can go to college and be in regular classes. I think limiting a
disabled student because they are disabled is wrong. Unfortunately, most teachers do it whether they realize it
or not. I should know. I am disabled. I can tell when a teacher is thinking I
am stupid because I have Aspergers. My
parents were told I could never attend college, or even graduate high school. We need our future educators to be better
educated in the accomplishments disabled students can achieve if they
are given the proper support and encouragement. We need disabled students to feel welcome
and included in the school environment and not relegated to the special
education classroom, resource room, or "special" section of the
classroom. Students who feel included
and are included regardless of the preconceived notion of their ability will
accomplish amazing things