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Gardening with Children
Children with developmental delays, physical disabilities, chronic health conditions or other special needs may find peace, delight and motivation in gardening where they are not being measured, evaluated or trained to do better but still take responsibility for perfectly wonderful accomplishments.
Getting Started - Models with Down Syndrome
Models who have Down syndrome have found work in a variety of ways. Because modeling is a business, it is important to discover how to protect individuals and their families from exploitation. Advice and planning with the help of an agency advocate like DSiAM often leads to better outcomes.
Gifts 2 - People with Down Syndrome - Review
_Gifts 2, How People with Down Syndrome Enrich the World_ is a delightful collection of stories about ordinary individuals who happen to have been born with Trisomy 21, also known as Down's syndrome. This would be a wonderful addtion to any library, doctor's office or early intervention center.
Gifts for Children Who Have a Disability
When a baby, toddler or child is diagnosed with a disability, useful presents are often the same gift that you would already want to buy
Going to a Movie with a Child in a Wheelchair
First experiences in outings with a child who is new to using a wheelchair or walker can be learning experiences about human nature, building design, and community access
Golf for Children with Disabilities
Teaching golf to children with Down syndrome and their siblings is often as enjoyable and rewarding experience for instructors as it is for the kids; every child deserves opportunities and encouragement to show their talent and potential, and to learn to love the game.
Good Health Habits and Food Safety
Practicing good health habits and being aware of food safety rules is important for all children, but even more for those with disabilities, chronic health conditions or reduced immune response. School staff, extended family and other caregivers may be unaware of health and safety issues.
Grandfathers and Great Uncles
Grandfathers and great uncles can make a world of difference in the lives of children with special needs, whether they are supporting dads, or taking on some of the responsibilities of fathers who are away from home
Grandmothers and Childhood Disability
Grandmothers fill an important role in the lives of all children and may be the best resources and advocates for a children with chronic health conditions, developmental disabilities, or other special needs; helping to maintain strong relationships in the family and to advocate for community support
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.
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