Person First Language

Person First Language A person is a person first and then any descriptions come after that. We would NOT say “the orange hat man”. We WOULD say “the man with the orange hat". Knowing this. Then this belief is true as well.  We would NOT say, “the Down Syndrome boy” or “my Autistic daughter”. We WOULD say, “the boy with Down Syndrome” or “my daughter with Autism”. Simply changing HOW we say things, can change HOW we view things. To learn more ways to support your learner, please visit  and join our  Parent and Educator Support Group  on Facebook! 

Learning Strengths Inventory

Who's Learning Now - Learning Strengths Inventory™  If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.  ~ Ignacio Estrada Do you know HOW your child learns? Do you know their preferred way of taking in new information?  Many parents do not. Many parents have not even thought about it unless you have been frustrated in teaching your child something and “they just don’t get it”. I would guess that your child has a different learning style than you. As a parent, that can be frustrating.  As a teacher, wouldn’t it be wonderful to know within the first few days of school who the kids in your classroom are? How do they learn best and their strengths? Teachers want to ...