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Halloween parties.  Red Sox celebrations.  Carving pumpkins.  Jumping in the leaves.  These are things young children should be consumed with right now.  So much joy, innocence, and hope in the young faces I see in schools and in my neighborhood.  The adults, however, carry on with...

In graduate school, I learned that team meetings or conversations about a child should always focus on the child first and foremost.  I was taught that a person is not defined by his or her diagnosis or difficulty. In class we would catch each other,...