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Lessons About Inclusion from Nest (Part 2)

Lessons About Inclusion from Nest (Part 2) by Lauren Hough Williams   In Part 1 of this series, you learned that: Inclusion works. The classroom is the therapeutic environment. School. is. school. To read about each of these in depth,… Continue Reading →

Lessons About Inclusion From Nest (Part 1)

Lessons About Inclusion From Nest (Part 1) by Lauren Hough Williams   The ASD Nest Support Project and its Nest Model have developed over the past 15 years after a “lightening strikes” realization on a Colorado road at the foot… Continue Reading →

SPECIAL EDUCATORS WITH HEART

This post is by special guest author Dolores Troy-Quinn.   As a former principal of an ASD Nest school, I had the opportunity  to hire numerous staff members as the program expanded. In my twelve-year tenure as principal I interviewed… Continue Reading →

What was the idea behind the ASD Nest Program, and what are its key elements?

Before the advent of the ASD Nest program parents of autistic children in New York City had two choices: a District 75 school for children with severe disabilities, where basic curriculum took a back seat to therapeutic services; or a… Continue Reading →

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