Monday, September 30, 2013

ProParents Workshops



Individualized Education Program Workshop

Beaufort County Disability and Special Needs Board
100 Clearwater Way
Beaufort, SC
10/02/2013
3:00pm-5:00pm
Contact: Kim Preston, PRO-Parents
Region 1 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

Is Your Child a Target of Bullying? Workshop

Clarendon County Disability and Special Needs Board
312 Pine Street
Manning, SC
10/08/2013
10:00am-12:00pm
Contact: Kim Preston, PRO-Parents
Region 1 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

Is Your Child a Target of Bullying? Workshop

Beaufort County School Parent/Community REACH Center
Robert Smalls Middle School
43 W.K. Alston Road, Room J-1
Beaufort, SC
10/10/2013
6:00pm-8:00pm
Contact: Kim Preston, PRO-Parents
Region 1 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

Transition into Special Education Workshop

Family Connection of SC
1104 Ella Street
Anderson, SC
10/11/2013
10:00am-12:00pm
Contact: Susan Bruce, PRO-Parents
Region 3 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

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Friday, September 27, 2013

Columbia Buddy Walk

COLUMBIA BUDDY WALK

Date: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Time: 1-5pm
Location: Sesquicentennial State Park
Cost: FREE

We will host our 14th Annual Columbia Buddy Walk on Sunday, October 20, during National Down Syndrome Awareness Month at Sesquicentennial State Park in Columbia, SC. This is a day to celebrate the Down syndrome community and to promote acceptance and inclusion. As more people are introduced and interact with individuals with Down syndrome, barriers fall, prejudices diminish and doors open. The event is free and includes bounce houses, food, games, music and lots of fun! We hope to see you there! 

New Location, New Walk
We’ve outgrown our previous venue, so we have moved the walk to Sesquicentennial State Park! The walk route is longer than in previous years, a 1.5 mile walk around Sesqui Pond. So this year we will have a 1.5 mile “Open Walk” and a 0.2 mile “Special Buddy Final Lap.” Following registration & check-in, we will announce the start time for the “Open Walk.” This means that from 2:00 - 3:45pm teams can choose to walk at their own time and at their own pace around the pond. Make sure to bring your strollers and wagons and even bikes! At 3:45pm we will meet for a 0.2 mile “Special Buddy Final Lap” where we will recognize all our Special Buddies as they walk a final lap by themselves (or with a parent).

Event Schedule
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Park opens for early check-in & tailgate set-up
1:00 p.m. Registration & Team check-in begins
2:00 p.m. Official Welcome. Open start time for 1.5 mile walk.
3:45 p.m. Special Buddy Final Lap
4:00 p.m. Walk celebration and Special Buddy Awards Ceremony.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Complex Rehab Technology: Wheelchair Seating and Mobility for the Adult





This activity will cover the basic concepts of the seating and mobility decision-making process and will include biomechanical principles and the wheelchair seating and mobility assessment.


Date: Friday, November 8, 2013 (Registration closes on 11/1/13)
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:40 p.m.
Where: Springs Memorial Hospital, Marion Sims Theatre, 800 W. Meeting Street, Lancaster, SC
Cost: $85.00 (South Carolina residents) or $95.00 (out of state residents)
Fee waived for Springs Memorial Hospital Consortium member when registered through Staff Development Director.

Registration online: Mid Carolina AHEC
or
Registration by mail: Make check/money order payable to:
Mid-Carolina AHEC, Inc.
P.O. Box 2049
Lancaster, SC 29721

For More Information, call: 803-286-4121

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O’Malley forms panel on people with developmental disabilities after disabled man’s death



O’Malley forms panel on people with developmental disabilities after disabled man’s death

By Associated Press,September 17, 2013
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Gov. Martin O’Malley has created a commission to help law enforcers and others better respond to incidents involving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
O’Malley issued an executive order creating the Maryland Commission for Effective Community Inclusion of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities on Tuesday.
O’Malley said in a statement that he created the panel partly in response to the death in January of a man with Down syndrome after a struggle with three off-duty deputies in Frederick. O’Malley met with Ethan Saylor’s family earlier this month.
The Commission will evaluate the training received by people who interact with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It will develop and issue recommendations about training standards.
O’Malley named Timothy P. Shriver, chairman and CEO of Special Olympics, to head the commission.

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Webinar Recordings: Home Modifications and Devices for Pets

An overview of aging in place and universal design to support people with disabilities of all ages to live in homes that work for them. Areas covered include entryways, living rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, hallways, doorways, stairs, and additions. You will also learn about funding options for home modifications and additions. Presented by Michele Seybert, Assistive Technology Loan Fund Program Manager at UCP Michigan and Aimee Sterk, Program Manager at Michigan Disability Rights Coalition. Held on June 20, 2013.
Disability and aging are often reasons that people surrender their pets. This webinar explores the benefits of pet ownership and highlights products and services that are available to help people care for their dogs, cats, fish and more. Presented by Laura Hall,MSW MATP Information Coordinator. Held on August 28, 2013.
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PAALS Poochapalooza


Poochapalooza

The 2013 version of Poochapalooza will be very different from the past two years – and we hope a lot more fun for families and their pets – and at a different time and location. It will definitely a be more family and pet friendly atmosphere and setting.
This year we are changing up Poochapalooza to make it the “funnest”  yet! NO walk or run, just a fun, family friendly, dog themed festival. Bring your whole family including your leashed doggy. Dogs are not required. :-)
Poochapalooza 2013 will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 13, 2013, at Saluda Shoals park.
Some of the fun events at this year’s Poochapalooza will be:
And meet adorable, adoptable dogs from both the Heartworm Project and Animal Protective League
Registration will be open soon so keep checking regularly. Registration prices will start at $10 per person. Everything at Poochapalooza (e.g. raffles, drinks, snacks, Paw Reading) can only be paid for with “Pooch Tickets”. So keep that in mind as you chose your registration package. Additional “Pooch Tickets” can be purchased at the event for $1.00 each. Children under 10 will be admitted free.

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Monday, September 23, 2013

SC Assistive Technology Expo 2014

Come see what's new in assistive technology and attend presentations about assistive technology and its use. It’s all free!
You can learn more about the SC Assistive Technology Expo 2014 and see information (and pictures) from past Expos at our webpage: 
When: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
Where: Brookland Banquet and Conference Center
1066 Sunset Boulevard
West Columbia, S.C. 29169
Contact: (803) 796-7525

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Friday, September 20, 2013

Fundable



On October 10th, 2013 Able South Carolina will host Fundable, an evening celebrating Independent Living at the Columbia Conference Center. Fundable will be a night of unforgettABLE fun with all proceeds benefiting Able South Carolina . Join us for dancing, live music, heavy hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction and awards ceremony!
When: Thursday, October 10th, 2013
Time: 6-9 pm
Where: Columbia Conference Centre, 169 Laurelhurst Avenue, Columbia, SC, 29210
Cost: $40 per person
Contact: 1-800-681-6805 or www.able-sc.org

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ProParents Workshops



Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Workshop

Beaufort County DSS Office
1905 Duke Street
Beaufort, SC
9/23/2013
6:00pm-8:00pm
Contact: Kim Preston, PRO-Parents
Region 1 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

IEP Q&A

Family Connection of SC
1104 Ella Street
Anderson, SC
9/24/2013
6:00pm-8:pm
Contact: Susan Bruce, PRO-Parents
Region 3 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

Transitioning Into Special Education

Sponsored by Family Connection of SC
CDS
29 N Academy Street
Greenville, SC
9/25/2013
6:00pm-8:00pm
Contact: Susan Bruce, PRO-Parents
Region 3 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

Individualized Education Program Workshop

Sponsored By: Family Connection of SC
Oakland Presbyterian Church
421 Oakland Ave “The Hut”
Rock Hill, SC
9/26/13
6:00pm-8:00pm
Contact: Susan Bruce, PRO-Parents
Region 3 Education Coordinator
To Register call 1-800-759-4776 or 803-772-5688

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Keeping Seniors with Developmental Disabilities in the Community

Keeping Seniors with Developmental Disabilities in the 

Community

By Pamela Merkle, Executive Director,

Association on Aging with Developmental Disabilities


Thanks to medical advances, people with developmental disabilities are living longer and that longevity is bringing some very difficult and unexpected challenges. Their parents, who have often been their primary caregivers, are passing away and, unlike other seniors, they generally have no adult children to assume that role. It is not unusual for parents of individuals with developmental disabilities to have the mindset that they or other family members will always be around to take care of their loved one. Very often this is not the case. As the “network of support” starts fraying, people with developmental disabilities are often misdiagnosed and under-treated, running the risk of spending their “golden years” in an institution-contrary to the spirit of the Olmstead decision. When asked, many people with developmental disabilities will say, with sadness, that when they can no longer care for themselves, they will have to go to a nursing home.
The Association on Aging with Developmental Disabilities (AADD), in St. Louis, Missouri, launched an initiative this past January to provide a safety net for this population. The cost of long-term care continues to rise, with that cost now ranging from $6,500 to $12,500 per month. Therefore, enabling these individuals to age in their own homes, which is the choice of most seniors, is both economically and socially responsible. It has also been shown that staying in familiar surroundings and maintaining as much activity as is physically possible will lengthen the life of individuals with developmental disabilities. Their activity could drastically decrease in a long-term care setting.

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

FREE Literacy & Study Supports



There are many free or low-cost literacy supports for students who have disabilities or who are struggling with reading fluency and comprehension.  Many of the resources that will be demonstrated can be implemented in the classroom on a daily basis with little effort.  Students who have experienced failure in academics might be motivated when they realize what tools can help them to achieve academic success. The Universal Design for Learning concept for all learning styles will be addressed with all these supports.

Date: September 26, 2013
Time: 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Where: MT Anderson Support Center,100 Blassingame Road Greenville, SC
Cost: Free
Registration: Contact Mark Daniels at mdaniels@ed.sc.gov

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Wonderful Wednesday AT Workshops: Apps Galore



This workshop will focus on applications. What are they and how can we use them to provide support in various environments? Applications that are currently available for Apple products, Android products, and in Google will be reviewed. This session will allow you to find out “is there really an app for that?”

These Wonderful Wednesday AT Workshops have a maximum of 15 participants each.
To register for this workshop:
Complete the Apps Galore online registration form.  Choose morning or afternoon.

Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Time:  9:00am – 11:00am OR 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: SC Assistive Technology Resource Center, Poplar Building, Midlands Center, 8301 Farrow Road, Columbia, SC
Cost: Free, but pre-registration is required.
For questions, call Will McCain at (803) 935-5004 or Lydia Durham at (803) 935-5263 or 800-915-4522.

To see a listing of other assistive technology workshops being offered, please go to the SCATP Training webpage.

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Monday, September 16, 2013

New College Options For Students With Disabilities


NEW COLLEGE OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES


ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — As he sits in class at Eastern Michigan University, a flood of images streams from Tony Saylor's vibrant, creative mind down through his pen and onto paper.
Often, his doodling features the 9-year-old character Viper Girl who battles monsters with her pet fox Logan. Saylor, 22, has even self-published three books of their adventures.
Saylor's professors didn't exactly welcome his constant drawing, but once he explained it was the only way he could hope to process their lectures — and even to stay awake — most let him continue.
For college students with autism and other learning disabilities, this is the kind of balancing act that takes place every day — accommodating a disability while also pushing beyond it toward normalcy and a degree, which is increasingly essential for finding a meaningful career.
But Saylor and a growing number like him are giving it a shot. Students who would once have languished at home, or in menial jobs, or struggled unsuccessfully in college, are finding a new range of options for support services to help.
"I knew I didn't want to work in the fast food industry my whole life," Saylor said, sitting at the kitchen table of his family's home in this Detroit suburb, where he lives while commuting to EMU. His mother, Angela Saylor, says a 3-year-old program at EMU that supports autistic students — a graduate student who works with the program attends all his classes with him — has been a godsend.
Such programs within traditional universities, offering supplemental support for additional tuition, are sprouting up around the country (Nova Southeastern University in Florida is among the schools starting one this fall). "The K&W Guide to College Programs for Students With Learning Disabilities or AD/HD" has grown steadily since its precursor was first published in 1991, and now lists 362 programs, the majority of them now comprehensive services.
Meanwhile, other parts of the landscape are also expanding. College disability service offices (whose help is usually free) are also improving. Care centers, often for-profit and unaffiliated with colleges, are popping up near campuses and offering supplementary support. Finally, institutions with a history of serving large numbers of students with learning disabilities are growing, some adding 4-year degrees.

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Fall Assistive Technology Workshops







The SC Assistive Technology Program and the Assistive Technology Specialists from the SC Department of Education are pleased to offer the following assistive technology workshops this Fall:

September
•September 25 - Apps Galore – Kathleen Heiss

October
•October 1 - All About Literacy - Two Sessions - Charleston – Dave Butler
•October 2 - All About Literacy - Two Sessions - Florence – Dave Butler
•October 3 - All About Literacy - Two Sessions - Greenville – Dave Butler
•October 8 - Everyday Items to AT Solutions - Carol Page, Director SCATP
•October 16 - Microsoft Accessibility – Kathleen Heiss
•October 29 - Tobii Products Mini Workshop - Wayne Jones II

November
•November 7 - Putting LAMP to Work (AAC) - John Halloran, M.S., CCC-SLP
•November 19 - AMPLIFY! LIFE - Grab Life by the Phone - Jordyn Funderburk
•November 20 - Universal Design for Learning – Kathleen Heiss

December
•December 4 - Boardmaker 6.0 – Morning – Kathleen Heiss
•December 4 - Advanced Boardmaker 6.0 – Afternoon – Kathleen Heiss

To register for any of these workshops and to see a listing of other assistive technology workshops being offered, please go to the SCATP Training webpage.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Help! I have an eye control system in my classroom:







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Webinar from Tobii, ATI: A beginning guide to eye control access in the classroom.

Learn the basics of eye control: what it is, how to set it up, and how to make sure it’s working correctly.  This introductory course will show you easy ways to navigate your student’s eye control system, how to adjust volume, and how to make some quick changes to vocabulary. We will also discuss some easy ways to include the student in the classroom setting.

Intended Audience: This webinar is especially appropriate for teachers, paraprofessionals, and classroom staff that have never used a Tobii Eye Tracking system, or any eye control system and would like to learn the basics of where to get started.

Date: September 24, 2013, 4:00 EDT
Time: 4:00 PM Eastern, 3:00 PM Central, 1:00 PM Pacific
Cost: Free
Registration: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/250161368
 

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Everyday Technology for Learning Differences: Use the Tools You Already Have


Everyday Technology for Learning Differences: 

Use the Tools You Already Have


Thursday, September 19, 2013
3:30 PM Pacific, 6:30 PM Eastern

From computers to smartphones to e-readers, kids today are immersed in technology. This AT Network presentation will demonstrate how to take advantage of familiar technology to compensate for learning challenges, capitalize on learning strengths, and reduce time and effort spent on school work. Through live demonstrations, participants will learn how everyday tech –word processors, Web browsers, consumer electronics, and more – can assist students who struggle with reading, writing, notetaking, math, organization, time management, and attention.
Highlights are:
  • Underutilized features in Microsoft Word and other popular programs
  •  Learning supports built into the Mac and Windows operating systems
  • Apps that turn mobile devices (Apple iDevices, Android) into portable learning assistants
  • Alternative uses for consumer electronics (MP3 player, camera, voice recorder, smartpen)
  • Add-ons, Web resources, and cloud drives to configure an Internet browser as an online study tool.
Presenter: Shelley Haven, ATP, RET Assistive Technology Consultant - Technology to Unlock Potential

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

AbleNet New Catalog




AbleNet, A Leader in Assistive Technology & Curriculum Solutions


AbleNet is an international company and industry leader in providing educational and technical 

solutions to help children and adults with disabilities lead productive and fulfilled lives. This 

includes a complete line of communication aids for nonverbal individuals; access aids for all 

ages and situations; and special education classroom curriculum that both enhance and help

 ensure learning progress. Our products are used in hundreds of thousands of homes, clinics, 

and classrooms in the United States and across the globe.


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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 2013 Annual Meeting


Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 2013 Annual Meeting


Friday, September 27, 2013- Monday, September 30 2013

Location: Baltimore, MD


Website Link  http://www.sdbp.org/

The Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (SDBP) is an international organization dedicated to improving the health of infants, children, and adolescents by promoting research, teaching and clinical practice in developmental and behavioral pediatrics. Comprised of more than 700 members, the society strives to promote an understanding of the social, educational, and cultural influences on children.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Parkinson's Support Group Meeting


Our next meeting is Sunday - September 15, 2013 at 3:00 pm until 4:30 pm
  

Topic: “Sleep Disorders In The PD Patient”

Speaker: Richard K. Bogan, MD, FCCP, is Associate Clinical Professor at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and the Chairman and Chief Medical Officer of SleepMed Inc. He is one of the founders of SleepMed, the largest sleep diagnostic company in the U.S.


Dr. Bogan received his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of Alabama Hospitals and Clinics and hisPulmonary, Critical Care fellowship at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, both in Birmingham, Alabama.

Dr. Bogan is board certified in sleep medicine, pulmonary medicine and internal medicine with previous certification in critical care. He has served as the medical director for several hospital departments and serves on various business,community, and civic boards. He has dedicated the majority of his medical career to creating standards of excellence insleep disease management. In addition to operating a Columbia-based, 9-bed, accredited sleep center that serves astheir flagship operation and training site, he has been involved in numerous clinical research trials and has published numerous articles in sleep medicine. He has been a consultant to the pharmaceutical and device industry and has
lectured in local, regional, and national meetings.

Where: Lexington Medical Center Park 1 - Auditorium - 2720 Sunset Boulevard, West Columbia, SC 29169
Time: 3:00 pm until 4:30 pm
Cost: FREE - Please Bring Guests.
Contact: contact@columbiaparkinsonsupportgroup.org


 
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Monday, September 09, 2013

Books Without Barriers For Disabled and Student Veterans


If you are a US Veteran who is blind, has a visual impairment, a physical disability or a severe reading disability, you can get accessible books from Bookshare.
  • 24/7 Access to the Bookshare Online Library.
  • Over 200K eBooks and Periodicals, plus military collections!
  • FREE for U.S. Vets who are students (minimal fee for non-students)
  • FREE for Vets approved by VetsSuccess.gov.
  • Unlimited downloads and FREE reading technologies!
  • Read anytime, anywhere on computers, smart phones, MP3 players, and portable devices.
More information is available at http://communications.bookshare.org/vets2013-sign-up-now/ .

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Friday, September 06, 2013

AUCD Webinar


AUCD and the Multicultural Council Present: Organizations and Developing Culturally Competent Parent Support Groups


Monday, September 16, 2013- Monday, September 16, 2013

3pm ET - 4:00pm ET

Webinar Description:
The development of support groups for families and individuals with disabilities can be a vital outreach and research component of UCEDDs/LENDs.  Implementing culturally and linguistically competent support groups for diverse populations will provide UCEDDs/LENDs the opportunity to serve underserved populations while developing trust and relationships to increase diversity in research projects. This webinar will present best practices on developing culturally and linguistically competent support groups and utilizing support groups in research.  Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities will highlight two of its projects: Hispanic Parent Support Group and Parent Stress Intervention Research Project.
Speakers:
Carolina Meyerson, a psychologist originally from Punta Alta, Argentina assist Spanish-speaking individuals and families to locate disability and social services. She coordinates community outreach activities to promote disability services available to individuals with disabilities in the Spanish-speaking community, she provides case management services to clients and families, organizes and leads parent support group meetings. She is a co-recipient of the 2009 Multicultural Council Award for Leadership in Diversity for her work with Camino Seguro project.
Carol Rabideau is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 25 years of experience in mental health counseling, medical social work, supervision, and training. She provides future planning workshops as well as training on other topics. She provides assessments, crisis intervention, brief counseling, and referral services to individuals and families with developmental disabilities throughout their lifespan. 

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Thursday, September 05, 2013

AUCD 2013: Promoting Inclusion in an Increasingly Diverse World


AUCD2013: PROMOTING INCLUSION IN AN 

INCREASINGLY DIVERSE WORLD



Register Today!

Early Bird: by Oct 18;  

     Final Deadline: Nov 1
Reserve your space today for the highly anticipated AUCD Conference. This year's AUCD Conference theme promotes our network values of inclusion of all persons with developmental and other disabilities in community life and engages the network in conversation and practices to ensure our work reflects the changing cultural and linguistic landscape in our Centers and States. Sessions, posters, workshops, symposia, and plenaries will focus on promoting inclusion and increasing diversity. We hope to see you and your colleagues in November

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Wednesday, September 04, 2013

"A Best Friend for James" Review by Kelly


Kelly’s Article



“A Best Friend for James”, written by Jeannie E. Casey Thomas with Rae Thomas and illustrated by Judy Doudoukjian and James Thomas, is about a boy named James who always wanted a pet cat.  He loves animals.  His first cat he had used to hiss at him and would never let him pet it.  Then his dad brought home a new cat he rescued from his job.  He named that cat Cocoa.  Because he was sweet like cocoa.  Every day when James was at school Cocoa would sleep in James’s chair.  And when he came home from school Cocoa would come up to him and purr at him.   At night Cocoa would sleep in his bed next to him.  James accidently let the cat outside when he went to play.  The cat was missing for a week.  He looked everywhere in the house but Cocoa wasn’t there.  He looked outside.  He looked around for the cat.  Then he found the cat stuck in the vent.  It was a good book.  But I wish it could have been longer story.  It was too short.    



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