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Ways to help children with special needs get a great start to the school year

on August 29, 2018

Student carrying bookbag and book holds the hand of an adult and smiles while looking upward toward the adult.The start of the new school year can be an anxious time for children, who see their daily routines change overnight. But what is the start of a new school year like for students who might have ADHD, be on the autism spectrum, suffer from anxiety or have other concerns that impact learning?

This Parent Today article offers helpful insight and suggestions for parents, teachers and staff to help ease the transition for students with special needs.

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