by Erin Gayton, Ph.D
Autism Society of Washington
When people find out that I homeschool my sons, and that they both have autism, they either act like I’m crazy or some kind of saint. Neither is true, though … Continue reading
Why does my child worry so much?
How comprehensive evaluations can help you find out why
Alex was eight and in third … Continue reading
by Daniel Rirdan, Threshold School
I grew up during the seventies in the outskirts of Tel Aviv, Israel. Back then and there, being a gifted child was a straightforward affair: There was … Continue reading
by Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley, Author of My Little Poppies
All of my certifications expired this year. Every single one.
I earned my MA/CAGS in School Psychology at a top university. … Continue reading
by Madeline “Demi” Shea
I am fourteen years old, and one of four children in my family. I’ve been homeschooled all my life-really, since I was born! It’s … Continue reading