Are you able to envision life for your special needs child as an adult? Start thinking about that now, even if your child is still in Pre-K. Special needs chlldren require more life-planning to help them transition to adulthood. While you plan, don't let everyday discouragements discount your child's potential!
Does your special needs child want to take the dog to school? Different states allow different things, but here's a good guide to the differences among service dogs, therapy dogs, and emotional support dogs.
Accommodating math learning problems by doing work more slowly is only half the problem. We should not shortchange special needs--or any other--learners by showing them that they can't do as much as others.