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Today, I’m in Scottsdale, Arizona, speaking at the Talking Stick Resort, as part of the Fourteenth Annual Transition Conference put on by the Arizona Department of Education to assist educators in helping students with special needs transition successfully into post-secondary education, the work force, and their communities.  I delivered the keynote to the conference on...
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On November 29, 2012, I did a free webinar for edWeb.net, a professional social network for the education community.  The topic was Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Emphasizing Strengths in Students with Special Needs.  It was based on my forthcoming book (out December 13, 2012), entitled:  Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with...
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I was just reading an article in The Watertown (NY) Daily Times about a seventeen-year-old named Christopher Durgen who has ADHD and autism.  As a young child, he had trouble getting along with classmates and was frequently suspended from school.  That all changed around the end of his sophomore year in high school when he disovered...
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