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Trinity’s Distinguished Speaker Series Features Best-Selling Author, Disability Advocate & Founder Of Joni And Friends International Disability Center Joni Eareckson Tada Monday, February 9


SANTA CLARITA, CA (January 26, 2015) – On Monday, February 9 at 6:30 p.m., Trinity’s Distinguished Speaker Series welcomes Joni Eareckson Tada, award-winning author, radio host, international advocate for people with disabilities, as well as founder and CEO of Joni and Friends International Disability Center. After a tragic diving accident left her a quadriplegic at 17, […]

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ARTICLES: College for Students with Learning Disabilities? Of Course!


September 10, 2013 – Most of the three percent or so of high school students who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities struggle so much in their high school classes that they often give up on hopes of college, setting back their job and career prospects, according to statistics compiled by the National Center for Learning […]

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ARTICLES: Classical, Christian Education
 A Beautiful Education for ANY Child


July 10, 2013 – Some parents and educators have the misconception that classical education is only for “smart kids.” It is easy to understand why some might think this way. Latin at age 8? Homer’s Iliad at age 12? With such high standards, one might reason, surely classical education is only for born geniuses – the […]

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ARTICLES: Peer Mentors – A Key to Special Education Success


June 10, 2013 – Students in special education programs often lack the academic, social or communication skills necessary to successfully participate in school and benefit from the intentional provision of a general education peer mentor.  Peer mentors can provide support for special education students in many areas, such as academics, sports and extra curricular activities, as […]

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ARTICLES: School Based Social Skills Instruction


May 5, 2013 – Never being asked over for a “playdate,” being picked on or bullied on the playground, acting inappropriately in the classroom, or sitting alone on a Friday night as a teenager are all scenes a parent of a child with social difficulties are likely to face.  In order to build gratifying peer relationships, […]

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ARTICLES: The Missing Ingredient in Special Educational – Individualized Therapy


April 12, 2013 – Special Education is specially designed instruction for students with exceptional learning needs.  Unfortunately, the services and programs typically available to students via the traditional special education model do little to identify underlying learning problems and address them to produce permanent change.  The answer to this problem, the ‘missing ingredient’, is to […]

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ARTICLES: Imago Dei School Invests in Your Special Needs Student’s Potential


March 11, 2013 – The Imago Dei School at Trinity is a unique place for students with special needs. Named Imago Dei (Latin for “in the image of God”) for the belief that these students ARE made in God’s image, IDS is a Christian school who cares about them – heart, soul and mind, and believes […]

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