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Inclusive Education Project Podcast

Jun 26, 2018

Summer is upon us and for some students, that might mean an Extended School Year services. For others, it’s wide open for other possibilities and adventure. In this episode, we discuss the various options available for you and your family to keep your child engaged and motivated throughout the summer.

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What We Discuss:

  • What is an Extended School Year and when should it be offered?
  • How to deal with any regression your child might experience over the summer
  • What about students who don’t get offered ESY and don’t have an IEP, how can parents help minimize regression?
  • Kids can remain motivated over the summer by engaging in activities that strengthen their interests and their abilities
  • What about free activities? What’s available?
  • Kids learn from being around other kids 
  • You can find mentally stimulating activity ideas on social media platforms like Pinterest
  • The positive benefits of socialization over the summer
  • Why you, as a parent, should have high expectations for your child

Resources Mentioned:

Tustin Legacy - Sewing Camp, Junior Sewing Camp, Advanced Sewing Camp

The Discovery Cube in Santa Ana, CA

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