Distance Learning for kids with special needs.
We continue to be still amid the coronavirus pandemic which led to school closures for kids from all over the world. In some parts of the world school year is almost done for this year and summer vacations have started. All of a sudden we were pushed into the world of distance learning wherein the responsibility to teach our kids fell on our shoulders with many of us juggling both roles still working remotely at home with the additional responsibility of educating our kids through distance learning. I personally was a bit apprehensive as to how my son will cope with remote learning as he is a child on the spectrum and he like many of the kids on the spectrum needs an individualized type of learning with alignment to their IEP goals. The point of writing this blog post is to share some strategies which I used with my own son .we still have almost a whole month of school left before summer break officially starts. It is a well-known fact our kids thrive on a structure to reduce frust