Is your child excited - and nervous - about heading back to school this fall? Devereux National Director of Family Engagement Amy Kelly, MBA, MNM, offers tips to help children
with special needs ensure a smooth transition.
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While some children have already returned to in-person classes during COVID-19, others will do so this fall after more than a year of remote learning. Devereux National Director of Family Engagement Amy Kelly, MBA, MNM, offers tips to help children with special needs ensure a smooth transition back to school.
“About a month before classes begin, talk with your child about going back to school,” Kelly said. “Use a calendar to count down the days together. Create excitement and point out the positives by reminding your child, ‘You will get to see all of your friends and teachers again. They missed you!’”
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