Home for the Holidays: The Gift of Positive Behavior Support

A Brief Overview This article provides examples and simple guidance about how to be more strategic in parenting a child who struggles with behavior—during the weird winter of 2020 and beyond. PAVE consulted with University of Washington positive behavior support expert Kelcey Schmitz for this article. Anticipating trouble and making a best guess about the Read More

Links for Learning at Home During School Closure

Please note that these resources are not affiliated with PAVE, and PAVE does not recommend or endorse these programs or services. This list is not exhaustive and is provided for informational purposes only. Bookshare.org provides accessible materials that can be customized with alternative formats for people with dyslexia, blindness, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers. Read More

Summer 2020 Recreation and Staycation Options

Summer activities might look different in 2020 because of measures to slow spread of COVID-19. Here are some links and ideas for accessible staycations and other recreation options. This list is subject to changes and updates. Have a suggestion to add? Send us an email: pave@wapave.org. Please note that these resources are not affiliated with Read More

Special Education is a Service, Not a Place

A Brief Overview A student with a disability has the right to a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE). General education spaces and curriculum are LRE. Services are generally portable, and special education is delivered to the student to enable access to FAPE within the LRE to the maximum extent Read More