My son, Paul, has already started his journey with inclusive schooling. There is a local pre-K for 2-year-olds Paul attends where he has been completely embraced. If Paul doesn’t have the muscle support to sit at a table, they bring the table to the ground and all the students sit with him. If Paul needs … Continue reading Why Inclusive Schooling Should Become the Reality
I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual. – Henry David Thoreau
21_Connect hosted a group of 120 educators, administrators, therapists, and parents for an all day conference on the topic of inclusion at the Hotel Henry Urban Resort and Conference Center. See all the fun here! A huge thank you to everyone that attended and made this conference possible! Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center Early Childhood … Continue reading Photos from the Inclusion Session
It was a great way to wrap up Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Spending time with our friends and families is always great and spending it at Sweet Charlotte’s was even sweeter. Take a look at some photos here.
When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam, may luck be yours on Halloween!
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone today at Sweet Charlotte’s. 3 – 6 PM @ 10255 Main Street Clarence, NY. Food, drinks, and laughs will be provided.