Day: May 6, 2018

Blog:Paula Sanchez- Invisible disability and classroom behaviour management: an analogy

Blog:Paula Sanchez- Invisible disability and classroom behaviour management: an analogy

Image shows a tabletop covered in brightly coloured paper and craft materials, overload with purple text stating ‘punishment doesn’t teach skills’.

Having spent far too many hours, weeks and years posting in online parenting forums, a regular feature is a teacher or parent complaining about the behaviour of an autistic child in the classroom. Having been the parent of ‘that autistic child’ being complained about, I have always found those kind of posts hard to

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Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “His phone wasn't hooked up.  He just liked ringing that bell.”

Blog:The Unabashed Autist- “His phone wasn't hooked up. He just liked ringing that bell.”

I postponed my visit with my sister.  She was kind and reassuring about it.  I’m just waiting for my body to get the memo and stop stressing out.  I don’t know when we’ll reschedule yet.  She’s going to visit her daughter next week, so hopefully after that and before she moves to her summer place. I don’t want to visit her there as I’m not into lake-related activities.  I’m an indoor enthusiast who

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