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Disability Scoop Apr 17
Neighborhood Under Construction For Those With Special Needs
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Spark No.9 4h
Great coverage of a smart new app for moms. Congrats to founders Carissa Tozzi and Gena Mann!
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Jennifer Gonzalez Apr 15
The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen-Year-Old with Autism
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Janelle Garrett Apr 15
My BABY turned four today. FOUR. Excuse me while I go huddle in a corner curled in a ball. It's also super cool that he was born in the month. Reminds me of what a blessing my kids are. Hug your babies tight!!!!
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Lori Lite 14h
Relaxation is Teachable Curriculum
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Laurie @ Life with a Side of the Unexpected Apr 17
The Isolation of Being a Special Needs Parent
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Tamara K Ratley, M.Ed. 5h
My older son and his beautiful girlfriend took our Scott and his girlfriend out to movie and dinner. I believe bc we’ve always taken him out- taught him how to be in the community- is why he was able to do this.
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Tamara K Ratley, M.Ed. Apr 16
My son is ramping up- he’s close to an aggressive meltdown. Yesterday he began physically challenging me. He’s due for a medication shot (every 2weeks) and he’s edgy. Not sure why Im sharing except who can I talk to about this? Friends don’t get it.
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Tracee Moore Apr 19
$106 for flip books & stamps to increase vocabulary & language for thanks to and delays will not limit her students.
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Jamie Sumner, Author Apr 19
I have three children under 5, including a child with . I can't just call up the teen down the street when I want to go out for a date with my husband. So I've had to figure out ways to make the magic happen at home. via
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Special iApps 24h
We recently found Special Needs Today which launched last year by the parent of a child who has who aims to create a one-stop online shop carrying key information on health and lifestyle issues experienced by parents and carers. Find out more
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Sandra Wickham 2h
Boy Wonder doesn't really get Easter (and has never even wanted to try chocolate) so we're going to hit the playground instead.
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MENTALLY ME 4h
Being mum is hard work... Being mum to a physically/mentally disabled child is VERY hard work Being a physically/mentally disabled mum to a physically/mentally disabled child is (though there are wonderful moments) mindblowingly hard work! 0_0
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🥀kiara whitney 🌈 Autism mummy 🥀 Apr 15
School photo 💖 these two brighten my day .. There smiles send the city lights to shame 💛
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Christine Matus Apr 20
My favorite of Einstein's words on religion is "Science without religion is lame. Religion without science is blind." I like this because both science and religion are needed to answer life's great questions. Temple Grandin.
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Sarah Wayland Apr 19
It's HARD when your child is diagnosed with health conditions/ you know nothing about! You need to find a professional whom you trust, and with whom your child wants to work. Follow these 6 steps to choose the right support for your child:
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Niovi Patsicakis 16h
I will be preparing for this. I think 35 plus years as a special Ed teacher has given me a few experiences! We need to support which by way includes gifted and gifted students with learning issues. teaching has changed and student needs changed.
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Jessica Ann Kong 37m
Special Needs Families, we often wait in hope of so many things. Today celebrate the progress your family and your child have made together. Happy Easter
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Eichin Chang-Lim 15h
An inspiring memoir SelfHelp book for parents.
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Sugar Sand Park Apr 20
The Especially for Kids Resource Fair on May 18 could be YOUR opportunity to promote your program or services to the community. Fill out an application to take part in this amazing :
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