We hope you enjoyed your holidays and got to spend time with your family during the break! We are so happy to be back and work alongside you and your learners in the new year!
Tip #1: Keep Your Expectations Realistic It is important for you to know and understand your child’s abilities and limitations. When you expect too much or too little from your child, it can lead to problems and frustrations for you both. Example: You are in a restaurant with a group of friends. The waiter took
Our Student Support Care Team (at Exploration) and 1:1s (at the school sites) help our learners receive the necessary support to succeed and meet their IEP goals. They work with our learners virtually in the Exploration program and on-site in the classrooms. Meet two of our amazing team members, Corinne and Tasheba! Corinne Megnin, iLEAD
The California Department of Education, Special Education Division, on behalf of the California Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (CCEPD), requests assistance in delivering this information regarding the Youth Leadership Forum (YLF) to high school students with disabilities. The YLF is an annual leadership program that provides information and resources for high school students
Discovery Cube is a nonprofit science center that offers fun and interactive exhibits and engaging programs in Orange County and Los Angeles. You can check it out on their LA website or Orange County website, depending on your location. For more information about Discovery Cube and to check out their exhibits and events, visit here.