I’ve mentioned that a Thread of Kindness connects our TRAP students no matter where they are or what belief they hold dear. No matter what language they speak or what culture they embrace, they don’t see race, origin or religion. When we look in their eyes it’s always God we see in the reflection. Kindness […]

Expect Intelligence

Expect Intelligence From a teaching perspective, never approach a student with any preconceived notions as to their level of ability. Whether that child/young adult, is neurologically -typical or disabled, we are all intellectually different. Let’s not judge anyone by the way they appear, looks are deceiving. Given we approach this person expecting intelligence, with openness, […]

It’s not enough

It’s not enough to provide shelter, food, and clothing for our friends with Intellectual differences. Preparing them to be successful in the typical world requires education. When we teach our friends to be successful in the social realm, it means teaching them the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic as well as social skills and […]

Syllabus of Success

Goals: What does trust look like? Trust is the cornerstone of our teaching. Our students have been ignored for the better part of their lives. When we can show them how much we care and create trust, we can take them anywhere in the realm of Learning, love & Life. TRAP Methodology: The Rhythmic Arts […]