This is a friendly reminder for ALL of you to register for the 2018 ShakeOut drill!
This pocket-sized emergency communication chart has FOUR different languages represented. Photos for a dozen important informational signs are in sign language, English, Spanish and Chinese!
There is a space for writing with a washable marker allows for efficient communication during challenging situations, such as medical emergencies or disasters
Update: Sadly tornado “season” has been wicked during 2015, therefore I am re – blogging this post that originally posted in 2013. At the bottom of this post is additional safety resources including for earthquake, flood, hurricane, tsunami and wildfire preparedness.
April is Autism Awareness Month- learn how one can save the life of a child with autism during a medical emergency or disaster via SigningFamilies.com and TheSpiritofAutism.org
I have written now a few blogs about women who I admire because of their fascinating, inspiring and amusing blogs. Today, I want to feature blogs that are dedicated to our friends within the special education community. As an educator, I admire the people who are in the trenches of special education beyond measure. These…
Great women bloggers, Part 2- Sharon Silver (Proactive Parenting), Margaret McSweeney (Kitchen Chat, Pearl Girls), Debi Taylor (Spirit of Autism), Jenna Riggs (Mommy On a Shoestring), Beth Engleman (Mommy on a Shoestring and iVillage)
These ladies are amazing and dedicated to helping families through day to day events. All have their hearts in the right place as they support a variety of social causes and charities. Support them by visiting their blogs! Thank you.