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Hannah Ehrli
  • Orlando, FL
  • United States
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This is why I am passionate about special needs.
because I live it 24/7
My Role
Teacher, Parent, Other
Skills: these are areas where I have expertise and might be able to help others.
BALANCE, BODY WORKS, COMMUNICATION, FINE MOTOR, FURNITURE, INTEGRATIVE THERAPIES, MOBILITY, POSITIONING, RESOURCES, SENSORY SOLUTIONS, VESTIBULAR ORIENTATION, VISUAL MOTOR
Needs: these are areas where I have questions and will be looking to learn from others.
INTEGRATIVE THERAPIES, RESOURCES
The most valuable piece of advice I would offer to others regarding special needs.
patience,love,independence,respect
What I hope to gain from My Special Needs Network
collaboration

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National Special Education Day/You Don't know What You're Missing

Posted on December 1, 2014 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

Just like many other professions-there comes a day really to celebrate your job- teaching. While it is really nice, this day is to celebrate those of us that serve students and individuals with disabilities and special needs. However our day is a day of recognition, that actually…

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AFTER THE STORM:Processing Halloween

Posted on November 4, 2013 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

I am writing this to make sure that everyone has survived the Halloween frenzy. The evening went smoothly for me but as an educator it raised some new and familiar concerns.

School provides the opportunity to explore different things in the world around us. However it may not always coincide with one’s…

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On the Road Again

Posted on July 12, 2013 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Traveling with a child with sensory needs can be challenging to say the least. The normal routine is certainly out the window. However, there are some tips that may help along the way –some that you can prepare for with some advanced planning and some that you may need to either create a grab bag on the spot or…

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Transition’s Bag of Tricks

Posted on June 13, 2013 at 8:00am 0 Comments

  We all know transitions can be one of the most difficult skills for a child to learn. Sometimes all the tips and strategies can help but still the problem persists. That’s when a bag of tricks can help the parent or the educator. Mind you, this is not a permanent solution and needs to change frequently so the child…

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At 5:36am on January 10, 2013, Pam Lindemann said…

What a pleasant surprise to hear from you!  Seeing your name in my email brought back a flood of warm and fuzzy memories from a long time ago! So nice to reconnect.  Pam

At 1:06pm on October 11, 2010, Cecilia Cruse said…
If you have any questions please feel free to ask. That is what we are here for! :)
At 12:32am on October 8, 2010, Sue Wilkinson said…
Hi Hannah,
I am so happy you took the time to join. I appreciated the piece that you wrote in the Bright Solutions Newsletter! BRAVO! I can not wait to read your article next month. Feel free to blog about your experience in Serbia, here. I am sure others would like to learn more, too! Love, Sue
At 4:58pm on October 6, 2010, School Specialty Special Needs said…
Hannah, Thank you for joining us here on myspecialneednetwork.com. You have come to a great place to learn, share and collaborate. There a lot of discussions going on and many people with a lot of experience throughout the community. Since you work with children with special needs 24/7 and you have so many expertise we are very excited to start learning together. Welcome!
 
 
 

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