On the 2nd Saturday of the month, Facing Autism Together Everyday (FATE) met at the Just Jump for Kids in Douglas, Georgia for the monthly FATE meeting. The event began at 9:00 A.M. and ended at 11:00 A.M. During this meeting, Jeannie Bolstridge worked on getting the Social Prompter app that is being made by Georgia Tech. students onto their devices.
On Dec. 9, a fire damaged the building of the Central United Methodist Church (CUMC) in Fitzgerald, Georgia where Sensory Friendly Learning (SFL) Inc. provided free, after-school tutoring.
On Dec, 14, Jeannie Bolstridge and Brittany Ammons went to the CUMC for the first time since the fire to see what all was damaged. Thankfully, many of the beautiful tutoring books were in good condition. A truckload of nonprofit supplies were unharmed and removed from the building and later brought to the garage of Kim Duckworth for storage.
Jeannie continued work on both the podcasts and the Social Prompter app.
Today’s blog journal is the last entry that covers a building plan for an after-school program in your community. Please keep me in the loop of your progress. You’re joining a growing community of people who are taking action and changing children’s lives one child at a time
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I’m writing today to expose my once closed eyes as now being opened. I’ll begin with a bit of history that is probably familiar to many folks. My blogging experience with WordPress began with the WordPress.com platform and content very much like what you see on this blog. Being a retired reading and music teacher, […]
Today we’ll discuss a summer program and the importance of these eight weeks of “lazy” summer vacation days. This is the time period where children are most likely to lose some of their new skills from the past school year. The thought of summer tutoring for children on the spectrum or those with ADHD or Dyslexia in my opinion is very crucial. Because of this, I decided to dedicate a complete blog post to the importance and logistics of creating a summer program.
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