– Hey everybody. Today I’m gonna talk about Reactive Attachment Disorder. What is it, and what are our treatment options? (light, happy music) Now Reactive Attachment Disorder falls under trauma and stressor-related disorders. And I’m looking down because I got my handy, dandy DSM. And as you know, as I always say, it’s not theRead More What is Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)? – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton
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[Background music] I felt nervous, very nervous. I was with him full-time, and then to hand him over is nerve-wracking. – It’s mostly fear of the unknown. I didn’t know how he would fare in a classroom setting with all those typically developing kids. And then how he would understand those instructions and those lessonsRead More Meaningful Inclusion in Early Childhood
My name is Wendy Oakes and I’m faculty in early childhood special education. This conference was an effort for us to bring together our early childhood special educators in the state, and also our students. So that they can see themselves as part of this larger community and just start to network in build relationships.Read More Wendy Oakes: Early Childhood Special Education
I mean I wouldn't know what to do if we weren't at this school I don't think I'd be mentally and physically as healthy as I am to be totally honest with you so the teach every child and we treat every child as an individual I know that we're trying to create space becauseRead More London's Special Needs timebomb
hi everybody Felicity's you don't know me I'm Christine rings I am the person who manages Washington classroom and writes awesome classroom resources and the artisan classroom news store on teacher state teachers and the soon coming special educator Academy which I'm really excited about Katie I'm glad you're here high school awesome awesome awesomeRead More Setting Up Your Special Ed Classroom
[Applause] – I know let's go see mom you want music no you want your feel you want your food like a drink everything is different everything's not the same as other people a 10 right it's hard to look at those charts of this is where your baby should be at this age andRead More Two Kids. Two Undiagnosed Disabilities.
this is actually my second walk upon here at ECL sea and glacier was a great success everybody welcome to the EC LC foundation walk upon 2017 hope you're all ready time this morning yeah today far my daughter Jada but anything about the school is just amazing it really is just amazing and itRead More Take Steps for Special Needs: Join Our Third Annual Walkathon on 10/21!
hello and welcome to teachings in education with Frank Avila the history of special education in the United States today all students with disabilities have the right to special education services in a free public education these children are protected by laws students classified as having disabilities are afforded accommodations and modifications accommodations are relatedRead More The History Special Education