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- May 9th, 2018Episode #208
This week, we meet peers who help classmates navigate the social aspects of school, learn about a nut-free classroom, talk about administrators preparing students for major building transitions, and meet students who are learning to live with Parkinson's.
Peer to Peer Program
A Peer to Peer mentoring program that matches up students with other students who have a disability to make sure they are active members of the school community.
Some school districts and corporations make sure to have support systems in place to help students as they move from one school to the next
Twelve-year-old Evan Andert of LaVille Elementary had a big job to do when he began kindergarten--to educate his teachers and classmates about his severe allergy to tree nuts.
He and his mom took on this challenge and are responsible for changing how the entire district handles severe food allergies.
Parkinson's Patients Benefit from Boxing
Boxers at Rock Steady Boxing of Michiana are living with Parkinson's and the training helps their balance, flexibility and gives them a much needed community of support.