Gale works in my classroom with a variety of students with special needs. She readily meets each student/child "where he is at". The students in our program have a wide variety of skills. Gale easily adapts to each student's skills and needs. For example, she attends general education math and science classes with students who are able to understand the material as long as she helps structure their learning environment to help them access the information. She also works with students who are nonverbal and are in the early stages of learning language, communication and cause/effect. Again, Gale is able to help structure their learning to help them access information and how to best use the information so they can appropriately and effectively communicate their needs. Although all of our students have a range of cognitive disabilities, some have autism and/or physical disabilities, sensory needs or seizures. Gale becomes informed, is observant, caring, insightful and supportive.
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