ACCESS-ABILITY Volume3_Issue2 - Page 2

FROM T H E EDIT ORS A nimal t her ap y issue! e t o t h e ANIM AL THERAPY issu e of ACCESS-ABILITY. W elcom Over t h e last f ew m on t h s, w e h ave been addin g n ew an im al t h er apy pr ogr am s, plan n in g n ew t h er apeu t ic pr ogr am s, an d f or m in g n ew par t n er sh ips. Gu ess w h at ? St u den t Ser vices' lit er acy w or k h as been get t in g a LOT of at t en t ion , an d sin ce ou r t r ip ar ou n d t h e st at e in Oct ober , 16 sch ool dist r ict s f r om M assach u set t s an d New Ham psh ir e h ave con t act ed u s f or t ech n ical su ppor t ! We ar e en joyin g m ak in g t h ese n ew con n ect ion s an d w e ar e excit ed t o sh ar e ideas. We also got an in vit at ion f r om DESE, t h e Un iver sit y of M assach u set t s, an d Pivot Lear n in g Gr ou p t o assist w it h t h e n ew M A dyslexia gu idan ce docu m en t s f or sch ool dist r ict s! Th e f ir st m eet in g w as an excit in g day pack ed w it h lively con ver sat ion an d in t en se w or k gr ou ps. As u su al, w e h ave been doin g t on s of pr of ession al developm en t an d w e ar e pilot in g som e excit in g n ew sof t w ar e. Wh er e does t h e t im e go? Warmly,