Gardening… It’s a popular hobby with a beautiful result – but did you know it also comes with significant sensory benefits for all ages?
As I navigate life and work, I have come to appreciate that a person’s perspective is their reality. For our Miriam children, coaching them to see beyond their “personal reality” takes considerable practice at each developmental phase they grow through.
There aren’t enough hours in the day. I think that one of the hardest daily challenges as a parent is getting your children up and out the door every day.
“If I believe in myself, I can never be defeated.” When I was a junior in high school, my lacrosse coach made us chant this mantra as we put our sticks together before and after a game.
Sometimes that transition back from summer vacation and the expectation of a new year can be overwhelming and exhausting.
The transition from high school into the “real world” is being made easier for students at Miriam High School.
Donna Higgins, M.Ed, is a special educator at Miriam’s high school. Here, she shares why she chose this career path, as well as her thoughts on the field of special education for unique learners.