Tag Archive: Autism Spectrum

Sep 30

Why We Love To Play

Why We Love To Play  It’s no secret that in recent years, Americans have become increasingly sedentary. And though the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids engage in no less than 60 minutes of physical activity a day, and First Lady Michelle Obama has launched a full-out campaign to combat childhood obesity through education …

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Mar 19

Just in Time for Spring Break: Ten Good Reads for People Interested in Neurological Difference

If you are interested in learning more about other people’s experiences with difference and disability, consider the following books. I’ve confined my suggestions to narratives including memoir and fiction. I’ve not skirted away from books that may arouse strong feelings, both positive and negative, in the reader. Hopefully, whether you condone or condemn the language …

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Feb 20

Cloverleaf in the Community

Cloverleaf’s involvement in the community is just one of the many things I love about Cloverleaf.  For instance, we take the students hiking every Wednesday.  We believe in taking our learning out and about! In December, we reached out to an assisted living facility in our community to see if they were interested in building …

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