Patrick’s Inclusion Journey

Patrick Foraker, inclusion journey

Today, March 4th, marks the day to “End the Word”. This is a world-wide effort to stop using the word “retard” as a pejorative. I’ve worn my t-shirt with this logo for five years. If I were a classroom teacher, these would be my classroom rules. If you have these five qualities going on in your classroom . . .[Read more]

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The Gift of Getting Lost

  Recently, I took a  phone call from a parent of a son with an intellectual delay who is in high school. Her son has some academic and social needs but they are not overwhelming. He’s in high school with dreams of his own…and yet there are many barriers for him. That was the reason […]

Our 🌈 Rainbow 🌈 Connection

  In April, during Autism Acceptance Month, we asked one of our mentors who is a BCBA and Managing Director for Proactive Life Skills to write a blog post about autism for us. Kelly Noda is one of the many mentors listed as a resource on our website. Kelly has both parental and professional expertise […]

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