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Pay it forward! Many times I have seen senior citizens dining alone. I have always wanted to ask if they would join us.or at least cover their bill. Treat people with kindness!

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God doesn't give special kids to special parents. He takes ordinary, imperfect people, and gifts them with his greatest treasures. And therein, he creates special parents.

"Leave people better than when you found them." #quote

connections room - "Be one who nurtures and builds. Be one who has an understanding and forgiving heart, who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them." --Marvin J.

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A quick quide to explain stimming behaviors good to add onto an F page when handing out to other teachers as a reference.

A Family is a little world created by love

Let these Family Inspirational Quotes remind you of the importance of family. Man was never created to be alone, and these Christian Quotes will show you just how precious family is.

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The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns

Knowing the difference between tantrums and sensory meltdown helps you better respond. "To tame tantrums, acknowledge what your child needs without giving in. - To manage a meltdown, help your child find a safe, quiet place to de-escalate.


Breathe deeply give generously hug tightly love unconditionally speak honestly help willingly live freely sing loudly care deeply

Aspergers mantra :-) aspergers

How Much Is Seventy Percent Off? (Calculating Percentages in Your Head)

Heather's Heart: Conscious Discipline

Every child deserves a champion--an adult who will never give up on them. These ideally should be their parents