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- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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This would be wonderful if the other children wouldn’t abuse the accommodations for the children who actually need help and use it as an excuse to misbehave. Sunflower cadillac shirt Every teacher in every school should see this video. People don’t understand or think this is real. Autism and ADHD are very real and it is so hard for them to just try to fit in, they do not need to be punished or shamed.
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On point. It’s not easy dealing with a child/adult on the autism sprectrum. However, please note, it’s not easy for them to deal with you either. So if you want them to learn your way of doing things be patient with them. Know too that you are also responsible for learning from them, be patient with yourself. Sometimes it’s easier to have support, I’ve done it for twenty years, I sit and listen and work with the student and reiterate Sunflower cadillac shirt the instructions in a way the individual learns and help them learn strategies to help them be independant and learn their own way, as the Fleetwood mac song goes, you can go your own way. Just remember your child may need these things but they may also be a distraction for others and it’s not about one child but a class, so ask for your child to be seated in a way as not to distract others where they can relax into learning.
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This is amazing for those students that do suffer from disabilities. I have ADD, my oldest son has ADD, working on trying to figure out what is going on with my two younger sons. I love that I learned at a younger age that the world will never adjust to fit my needs but that I must be vocal and aware of them myself. It is my personal responsibility to take care of my issues and it is my childrens personal responsibility for theirs. Their are modifications we ask for in school but there is only so much we can ask the school to accommodate for us and the rest is up to us.
I am going to sound twisted but I love watching my kids fail just like I did quite a few times… I never learned how to do anything right by listening to somebody tell me what I should do. I had to figure it out for myself. I love watching them fail so that I can watch them figure out how to recover and what works best for them. I could try to figure it out but just like my mom wasn’t inside my brain I am not in theirs. This is not the correct approach for all students on the spectrum but it is for us
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