Visit this page often for weekly blog posts that we think you’ll find interesting and helpful.

Topics may range from “Connecting a care team to effectively implement an individualized education plan” to “Elder-specific issues in care coordination.” We think unlocking potential and enhancing care outcomes includes keeping everyone informed of new and better ways to organize and coordinate care in patient-centric ways…

What Will Special Education Look Like In A Post-COVID-19 School

If ever there was a monkey wrench thrown into special education, it’s school closures due to COVID-19. Never before has a conundrum like this challenged so many special education professionals and students alike. To be sure, there are some things...

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Do School Districts Help Principals Understand Special Education?

Principals are faced with having to juggle many things on a daily basis. In smaller schools, they may be filling multiple rolls when larger schools could have 2 or 3 covering all the necessary duties of being a school administrator.

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How School Administrators Can Deal With Difficult Parents Better

When parents are dealing with the difficult challenges of raising a child with nuanced learning differences and all the things that come with IEPs and 504s, their ability to keep an open mind can be skewed and understandably so. There is so much...

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How EdTech Is Going To Save Special Education Services

These days a smartphone or any other handheld device is practically an appendage. What would we do without our technology? You can bank with it, pay bills, buy coffee, or order anything to be delivered to your door. Whatever you can think of to...

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Parents Are A Part Of The Special Education Team Too

It is that time of year again for new school year meetings for the special education team. You’ll go over the regular things; what was planned for milestones last year and what needs to be worked on this year. There will be discussions with...

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Ways Special Education and Related Service Providers Can Improve Student Outcomes

The ways in which a student receives additional services from their school system has changed much over the last 20 years. In fact, the common place things that special education and related service providers talk about freely today were barely a...

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How Teletherapy Can Help School Systems Maximize Their SPED Budgets

With Special Education budgets busting at the seams in towns and cities all across America, it makes many school committees wonder, how are we going to pay for it all? Inner city budgets are beyond stressed as it is. How can they make the most of...

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Happy 4th of July from eCare Vault!

It’s hard to believe summer is already in full swing, and we’re halfway through 2018. We’ve had so many unbelievable moments already this year: we’ve seen eCare Vault transform care teams, watched schools unlock student potential, and witnessed...

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Why It Is Important That Your Child's Clinical Social Worker Be Connected With Their School

Last week, I sat with my 11-year-old daughter in the office of a child therapist. The difficulties of fitting in as a tween with autism, coupled with the onset of hormones, are creating a perfect emotional storm in my otherwise exuberantly happy...

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Why Being A Piece Of The Pie As A Special Education Professional Is Challenging

Being a special education professional can be one of the most rewarding positions in influencing and supporting child development. You have the ability to enact change and empower students in so many ways. The bonds children form with specialists...

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