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The Autism Site offers 6 skill categories of toys to browse to help enhance the play and development of children on the autism spectrum.
Kozie Clothes provides clothing designed especially for babies and kids with medical or sensory processing needs including onesies for G-tube fed babies, weighted vests and blankets, and more!
More resources still to come!
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Looking for information about your child's upcoming IEP annual review meeting? This post provides definitions and 5 questions to ask while preparing for the meeting.
The Dream Team link share welcomes your special needs-related posts again this Tuesday. We can't wait to hear about your family's most recent adventures, trials, and victories.
Where is the intersection where special needs and Easter meet? Jolene Philo's father gave her the answer to this question without saying a word.
A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie. ~ Tenneva Jordan
This year Rachel Olstad's family qualified for a special needs tax break nobody's talking about and it saved her family money. Read all about it here.
Special needs caregiving was a way of life for our family for decades. Here are 6 lessons learned from Dad as one of his caregivers.
The Dream Team link share is the place for your links to special needs and disability-related posts. We can't wait to see what your blogging about!
Your children need your presence more than your presents. ~ Jesse Jackson
IEP and annual review season has arrived. Thest IEP tips can help parents advocate effectively for their children during IEP and annual review meetings.
What does it take to be a better caregiver? Kimberly Drew shares her idea in today's post.
The Dream Team link share is ready for a Tuesday full of your links to posts about all things special needs!
"We grow great by dreams." ~ Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States
Stress relief for parents of kids with special needs is essential for good mental health. This post compiles 18 stress-relieving suggestions from parents raising kids with special needs.
The mom of a baby with a feeding tube shares Gtube baby basics that can make life better for kids and their parents who care for them.
The Dream Team Link Share is roaring into March and you're invited to add your special needs-related links all Tuesday long!
Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you. ~ Robert Fulghum