Hi everyone, so, my son goes to Prep next year and it's time to get serious about following what I believe to be my calling in life. I have a strong desire to work with Kids with disabilities and/or extra needs and am determined to make it happen over the next few years.
What I'd like to know is... What tips would you offer to someone like me? Although I do have my own child with Aspergers I'm aware that all kids are completely different and that working in the field is probably so different to the things I experience at home.
Where do I start and do you have any "inside" tips to give?
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25-10-2012 10:18 #1
Teacher Aides/ Special Ed/ Teachers give me your tips..
26-10-2012 07:40 #2
Re: Teacher Aides/ Special Ed/ Teachers give me your tips..
No teachers or teacher Aides on the hub?
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