The Insurmountable

There is a great deal of good intentions that came out of the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act). In theory, the concept that children with disabilities should be educated, as often as possible, in an environment alongside their non-disabled peers (the LRE or Least Restrictive Environment), was conceptually an amazing idea that would hopefully… Continue reading The Insurmountable

Managing Your Child’s ADHD When You Already Have ADHD

I was diagnosed with ADHD before the books ever started using the phrase. Many people do not realize that the condition was noticed and written about not only in the 1700s, but there are references to the symptoms dating as far back as Ancient Greece. Our society is still somehow wired to reward the accepted… Continue reading Managing Your Child’s ADHD When You Already Have ADHD

Baker Act Brings all the Lawyers to the Yard

Image with text explaining: What is the Baker Act? A controversial Florida law instructing law enforcement officers to arrest and administer involuntary psych exams on mentally ill people who appear to pose a danger to themselves or others. It's not supposed to be used on the basis of a developmental, social, or intellectual disability. However,… Continue reading Baker Act Brings all the Lawyers to the Yard