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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!
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Parents who have walked the same path are the people who will march alongside you and hold you up in this journey. ~ Erica Oliver Heibel
Back to school encouragement is important to parents of children with special needs. Here are 5 back to school gathered all in one place.
What happens when we fill our minds with the beautiful things in the lives of our children with special needs? Sharon Cargin shares her answer in this post.
The Dream Team Link Share has another link share ready for special needs bloggers. Add your posts about special needs topics all day long.
If it could only be like this always – always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe… ~ Evelyn Waugh
To help kids with special needs start the school year well, try 1, a few, or all of these 9 tips. As a former teacher, I have seen them make a difference!
Janae Copeland and her husband have a unique back to school perspective. She shares it with readers as she, her husband and children with special needs begin a new school year.
The Dream Team Link Share is greeting August with a link share. Add your special needs posts about finishing summer with a bang & starting the school year.
My kid takes longer to ‘grow up.’ Secretly, that is sort of awesome. ~ Rebecca Smith Masterson
These 5 books for the special needs community are some of my faves. They're my suggestions for your final read of the summer. Happy reading!
September is coming and with it, so is the start of school. Child psychologist and mom Liz Mathies shares 3 things she does to make the school transition easier for all.
The Dream Team Link Share is finishing July with a link share. Special needs bloggers can add posts about summer, the upcoming school year, & more all day.
Parenthood...it's about guiding the next generation and forgiving the last. ~ Peter Krause
Embracing her daughter's special needs sweet sixteen was hard for Kimberly Drew, but a new perspective enabled her to see how sweet the milestone was.
The Dream Team Link Share is hosting another link share for special needs bloggers. Add your posts about summer fun, travel plans, & more all day long.
The Lord was with Joseph throughout slavery, false accusations, and imprisonment. In the same way, the Lord is with you even when it doesn't seem so.