Joined 2 years ago from Georgia
Dr. Jill Adams is a veteran educator. As an educational visionary her passion has been to help teachers, parents and students. This passion has translated into her work as a school and district administrator. Dr. Adams holds steadfast to a belief that the school house doors should be open to all children to have an opportunity to be succesful. The path to opportunity will never look the same for all children. It is part of the uniqueness of individuality. Dr. Adams is on a quest to use her knowledge, skills and will to help students with disabilities. Likewise, Dr. Adams is committed to helping the school community to address best strategies to engage students with disabilities to be academically, emotionally and socially successful. It is a committment to a mindset change that begins within the individual that drives Dr. Adams to actively support individuals with disabilities.
8 months ago
The ability to plan, organize and use time management skills are all a part of Executive Function skills. Deficits in this area can hinder individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
15 months ago
The journey to identifying the characteristics of a child with autism is no longer mystical. Advancements in medicine have redefined and renamed Asperger's syndrome to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
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