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Macomb Community College (Early Childhood Ed)
I have an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education. I currently work as a Para Professional in a Public School System. This is my 16th year with the district. I've worked in all types of special needs classrooms, but the last 7 years with Autistic children. I work in a middle school Autistic classroom with 7 amazing kids! I love going to work to see "my" kids everyday. I've worked with some great teachers through the years that have taught me great things about special needs kids, and would love to pass them along to your kids.
My work experience outside the classroom includes; inservices, working at several daycares, a summer daycamp the last two summers, and a nanny job for an amazing family in the Brighton area. I do have references available on request if needed.
Hope to hear from you soon. I have an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education. I currently work as a Para Professional in a Public School System. This is my 16th year with the district. I've worked in all types of special needs classrooms, but the last 7 years with … Read more
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I have been a ParaProfessional with Southfield Schools for over 18 years now, with the majority of my years with special needs children. I genuinely have a passion for Autistic Children. Autistic children need routine to feel secure & safe, and don't like their routine to be upset. Short and sweet direction. Some children respond better to pictures rather than words/direction. Positive reinforcements are huge with the Autistic child such as computers/ipads, music of their choice, tactile things such as clay, playdough, water, or sand.