Conor, anxious to get to Leo Hayes High School, to the resource center with other challenged kids for socialization, and to his individual learning area for his ABA based instruction, watches the clock this morning. Conor votes YES for flexible inclusion with meaningful access to learning.
Minutes before departure Conor, on . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: Dear Honourable Ministers: Conor Has Voted Again for Flexible, Meaningful Inclusion, Alternative Learning Arrangements
This Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 12 pm AT (1 ET) I will be a guest on the CBC Radio show Maritime Noon. I will be discussing and advocating for a flexible model of inclusive education. Marlene Munn will also be interviewed on behalf of the NBACL which promotes a full, and in . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: Facing Autism Flexible Inclusion Versus NBACL Extreme Inclusion on CBC Maritime Noon Thursday September 20
Conor got up at 6 am today, as he has for the last 2+ months to mark down the number of days to school. He started doing this with 65 days to go and today he was very happy to mark 0 days to school! He also placed his packed bookbag and lunchbag at . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: Autism and Education: Conor Votes For FLEXIBLE Inclusion
A New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal June 16, 2012 editorial, reprinted in its’ entirety below, has called for a flexible model of inclusion for New Brunswick public education. The editorial references education policy analyst Paul Bennett who gave a presentation Thursday at the Atlantic Human Rights Centre conference on inclusive education.
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Attached hereto is a copy of “The Fully Inclusive Classroom Is Only One Of The Right Ways To Meet The Best Interests Of The Special Needs Child“(2004) by Yude M. Henteleff, C.M. Q.C., L.L.D. (Hon). Mr. Henteleff outlines succinctly and compellingly the legal basis for a rational, flexible model of inclusive education, one which . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Rational, Flexible Inclusion: The Fully Inclusive Classroom Is Only One Of The Right Ways To Meet The Best Interests Of The Special Needs Child (Henteleff, 2004)