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Gillian Dec 9
Why in schools is a child with thrown on the scrap heap like there nothing given up at first Signe of trouble neglected in help learning , no child should ever be given up on and lost in the system the education system as lost its true meaning towards kids
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Britni Lee Harper Dec 6
Special needs isn’t a bad term idk why you guys are upset there’s a whole group on Instagram that post under the same things with and some others
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Disney With Jen 19h
Do you have a family member/friend with ? So do I!! Don’t be afraid to do ! I can help! Contact me through my FB page, and let’s get planning!
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Laurie @ Life with a Side of the Unexpected 17h
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aboyfromcalifornia 1h
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Eichin Chang-Lim Dec 9
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MC the Buddah Dec 5
Don't judge, support all parents. "Autism parenting is beyond challenging & when it’s been proven that Autism parents & combat soldiers experience levels of stress that are on par with each other, it’s safe to say that it’s not easy." Insight from
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EducationalResources 18h
If you're not already subscribed to our monthly newsletter, now's your chance! This month's was just released, filled with resources about Holiday Planning for Children With Special Needs.
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Disability Scoop Dec 10
Drugs In The Works To Treat Autism's Core Symptoms
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ketoinreallife Dec 9
Hate it with a passion. My kids aren’t special their not
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ketoinreallife Dec 9
And I hate saying that term
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Jamie Sumner, Author 12h
This was my introduction to motherhood: Would it be a good day or a bad? Would he be stable enough for me to hold, feed or even touch? I felt like I was a tourist and the nurses and doctors were the guides. via
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Special Strong Dec 4
Jack was once fearful of training and now after being part of Special Strong, he has dropped over 17lbs and his confidence has skyrocketed. He started with only 10lbs on the sled and he is now exceeding 45lbs! Let’s give it up for Jack and his amazing trainer, Lee!
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aboyfromcalifornia 4h
The gate to the school didn't have a sign saying "No kids with special needs allowed" but it might as well have!
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Lucy Taylor Dec 10
A parent sent me a copy of a letter they received recently. One sentence stood out. I still can't believe this Local Authority used this language to reject an appeal for a suitable education setting.
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Jitendra P.S.Solanki 5h
A little something we wrote recently: How To Buy Life Insurance For Protecting Special Needs Care?
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Joey Espinosa 13h
“We will never be able to weather the ordeals that will come our way, neither as individuals nor as churches, unless we recover a theology, and practice, of suffering in Christ.”
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Palmetto Kids FIRST Dec 5
"The "R" Word: "R" Means Respect Anne Robards sits down with parents of special needs kids" Listen each Tuesday to our local during the month of December for this special edition!
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Holtkamp HVAC Dec 9
As the provider of , we love having guests in our private suite like the family from , a bakery that employs adults. "Like" our FB page for ticket giveaways so you can join us, too!
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Angels In Waiting Dec 10
Angels in Waiting USA's mission is to move medically fragile foster care preemies, infants, and children into private residences under the care of Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses as their foster parents. Please Help
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