Doctor launches online resource directory for special education students

DELMARVA–With schools now going online because of COVID-19,  a Delaware man is trying to ease the stress on parents with special education students.

Dr. William Lane launched an online resource directory that has all the latest news, activities, and resources to help these parents.

While a lot of the responsibility has fallen on parents to teach their kids during the pandemic, Dr. Lane said it’s important that special education students keep working on skills so students don’t regress.

“So if they go these six, eight weeks, they go until September of next year there’s going to be a lot of regression and its going to take a lot of time to recoup what they’ve lost, the skills that they’ve gained, so that’s one of the things I’m worried about,” Dr. Lane, a Special Education Consultant, said.

Doctor Lane said that his resource directory is split up in eight parts.

There’s nearly 250 news articles, activities, or website links.

You can go to www.drwilliamlane.com for more information.

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