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According to her mother, 8-year-old J. is "really sweet and loves attention." She goes to her friend's house, does horseback riding, and likes to play board games. She also has cerebral palsy...
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When Paul's daughter Julie was born deaf five years ago, he knew it might mean an eventual move to another school district that could provide better services for his daughter. The problem was that...
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As the lazy days of summer draw to a close, mothers everywhere begin preparing themselves and their children to head back to school. For moms of special needs children, the emotions can be more intense...
Many kids aren't really excited to head back to school after their summertime freedom, but for special needs students, the transition from home to school can be extra rocky. There are a few things...
Find helpful strategies for caring for a child with special needs in our Caregiver Guide.
As the lazy days of summer draw to a close, mothers everywhere begin preparing themselves and their children to head back to school. For moms of special needs children, the emotions can be more intense...
The federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that schools develop an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students with special needs. It includes information about your child's...
It may seem strange to cast recent conflicts in a good light, but one positive thing that's come from them is a flurry of development and innovation in the adaptive sports field.
Summer camp can be truly enriching and fun for your child with special needs. But, with so many...
According to her mother, 8-year-old J. is "really sweet and loves attention." She goes to her friend's house, does horseback riding, and likes to play board games. She also has cerebral palsy...
When Paul's daughter Julie was born deaf five years ago, he knew it might mean an eventual move to another school district that could provide better services for his daughter. The problem was that...
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