Articles by Phyllis Rogers

Fundraising: It Sure Isn’t Easy, But It’s Worth The Effort

Posted on March 14, 2015

Fundraising isn't easy! We have big dreams, but we have certainly found out that it takes a huge effort to raise even a small amount of money to make those dreams happen. Here is a three-part article that explains where we've been, where we are now, and what we hope to do in the near future. More…

College Scholarships for Students with Physical Disabilities

Posted on May 3, 2014

We've researched some scholarships specifically aimed at students with disabilities, to help meet the increasingly high cost of a college education. More…

Special Education in the USA: Important Laws, Terms, and Concepts to Know

Posted on November 15, 2013

There are so many abbreviations and special terms used in the school system. Parents may feel like they are lost in a sea of new vocabulary. Here are some definitions that may help you stay afloat. More…

Examples of IEP Goals for Students with SA/CRS

Posted on November 15, 2013

Although some students with SA/CRS have 504 Plans in school, others have IEPs. Having an IEP does not mean that the child has academic delays, although an IEP is usually based on providing services to remedy academic needs or access issues. Here are some examples of IEP educational goals outside the purely academic areas that may apply to children with SA/CRS. More…

Seven Strategies: Tips for Conflict Resolution at School

Posted on November 15, 2013

Whether it is your child's first day of preschool or high school, there is always an extra layer of planning that accompanies going to school when a student has SA/CRS. Issues range from safety and mobility access to social acceptance and teacher attitude. Because it is impossible to plan for every issue, there will always be some surprises and some frustrations. Predicting and resolving issues on behalf of your child can feel overwhelming for any parent. Here are seven survival tips to guide you along the path of advocating for your child at school. More…

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