The Parish School Blog
Dec 13, 2021
As our winter break approaches, we often feel the energy on our campus revving up. All the holiday stimulation, which can often make a neurotypical child irritable, usually results in increased dysregulation, meltdowns, and anxiety or stress for our students with special needs. Although no amount of preparation can make the holidays easy for our families with children with special needs, there are some ways to make it easier for you and your child to navigate the holidays and winter break with a little more joy.
Jul 28, 2021
Parents and children all have the same dream – to spend their summer days having fun without the stress and pressure of the school year. However, many parents also worry that too much fun could cause the dreaded “summer slide.” Luckily, there are many ways to have fun while still preparing for the school year ahead.
Jun 23, 2021
Speech-language pathologist, Amy Lerman, helps us to understand how to better facilitate language through everyday living activities such as breakfast time, bath time, cleaning, trips to Target, and more! If you didn't catch the webinar live, or if you just want to hear all that great information again, you can catch it here.
Jun 18, 2021
Reading specialist, Meagan Rosales, walks us through these five components, how they work with each other and how they apply to students who have communication delays and learning differences.