Dream Land Home Stay
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... She's the sweetest.
When we did go to her class, we started ABLLS on Armaan and Kushel. These are two boys that have very different classroom abilities. We started with Armaan because he is a new student. He is not very capable of doing a lot of the assessment. Because he is nonverbal, all of the verbal sections are out. Because he hasn't been taught very many skills, he was unable to do a lot of the other sections. So it went by pretty quickly. He does happen to have ...
... us at this point; this is not bad, in fact, it's great!! We coordinated a time from 10:30 where the Autism teachers would get together and we can discuss data collection, ABLLS. After the EI session with Depinder ended at 10:45, we went to the meeting. As the meeting went on more and more staff joined and soon enough we had most of the teachers eager to listen and learn from us! It was incredible. We talked about how the data collection ...
... around the dogs that claimed the sunny spot on the road or the monkeys that dashed out to collect the latest offerings dropped onto their supermarket counter. Towards the last 20 kms we got closer to Sanawar which is where Mum and Dad's old school is situated. On this very narrow, steep, winding, road the rain started to fall and we were greeted with a never-ending stream of white SUVs dashing down the hill; parents taking their kids home ...
... the progress, I noticed scenario around me was experiencing some change. As “The Time” was approaching, more and more hep crowd was flocking around me. Actually they were all waiting for the same train that I was about to board – “Shatabdi Express”. I noticed some real tall and well built Sardarjees with a little grey in their beard (well I cannot tell about the hairs as they were all wrapped up in colourful turbans); some gracefully growing ...
... had nicked her glasses. She was very brave, no girly hysterics. We didn't get the glasses back.
After meeting our Kashmiri guide and his uncle, we began our walk. They seemed to know where they were going until we ventured down the first valley and they both looked left, then right, then up and then at each other. The uncle got his mobile phone out and made a phone call, all the time the nephew claiming this was where they normally had a break. The humidity was high ...