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Expressing Friendship with Valentines
Valentines Day holiday is a great opportunity for expressions of friendship between children and a wonderful incentive for them to practice writing their first names on the backs of cards, or placing stickers with preprinted names and messages of friendship.

Asking More from Medical Professionals
Asking and expecting more from medical professionals is good advocacy for children with special needs

Teaching Math Skills
Teaching math skills to children with special needs can happen during everyday activities like shopping, cooking, and playing games

Perfection, Gift Giving and Winter Activities
Gift giving dilemmas and winter activities can make holidays complicated for families who want to enjoy all the traditions of the season and also enjoy those perfect quiet moments we all treasure

Teaching Teens to Plan Meals and Cook
Children with disabilities can learn to plan meals and cook at home. Learning to follow or create their own favorite recipes is a great way to build a healthy lifestyle.

Home Accessibility and Visitability - Disabilities
Home accessibility, adaptability and visitability in design of all structures means children, teens and adults with disabilities, developmental delays, or other differences can visit friends in their neighborhood and extended family in their own community.

Tourette Syndrome Explored on Oprah
Children who have Tourette's - Tourette Syndrome - struggle with a neurological condition that may be misdiagnosed as a behavioral disorder, overlooked due to a dual diagnosis, or whose symptoms may be attributed to other causes

Grandmothers of Children with Special Needs
Grandmotherss of children with a disability or chronic health condition often support and encourage the parents and siblings as well as their grandchild with special needs.

Disability Issues In the News
Disability related news articles in mainstream newspapers and magazines help advocates stay informed and gather community support

IEP Goals for Children with Special Needs
Writing IEP goals for children with special needs can be a challenge for teachers and other school personnel who are not yet familiar with your child as an individual

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