FREE Home-Learning Resources!

FREE Home-Learning Resources!

As we are all made to slow down and focus on things at home, we wanted to help make this time a bit easier for our families. You may be wondering… what are we to do with weeks of no therapies, school, or social activities? While GP2C may not be able to help with...

Book Review: Comprehensive Literacy for All

Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities to Read and Write Authors: Karen A. Erickson Ph.D. and David A. Koppenhaver Ph.D. We are excited to announce the release of Karen and David’s new book, Comprehensive Literacy for All. In the words of David Yoder, the...
2020 S.M.A.R.T. Goals

2020 S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Many of you have Individual Education Plans (IEP’s) in place for your loved one with Complex Needs if they are still being served in school.  These are yearly plans for your loved one’s education that includes goals and objectives that are to be met over the year this...
Gratitude for Communication – Kourtney Barnum

Gratitude for Communication – Kourtney Barnum

Do you have a non-verbal relative or friend? If so, then you likely realize the power and importance of communication. We are so incredibly grateful when our loved ones are able to communicate their basic needs and wants. As a sibling of someone who was non-verbal,...
Writing as Communication

Writing as Communication

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Girls and boys with complex needs are like the caged bird; they have a story that is untold.  The way to unlock that cage is to write.  If a student...
September 2019 Newsletter

September 2019 Newsletter

We hope everyone is having a great beginning of the school year.  Some of you have been in school for a few weeks, some are just starting, and some haven’t started yet.  There are some important things that your students with Complex Needs want you to know.  1)...