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Holiday Parties and Children with Disabilities
Holiday parties and gift giving add both stress and delight for families of children with disabilities, chronic health conditions, or developmental delays
Holiday Party Planning - Support Groups
Party and holiday event planning for families of children with disabilities, chronic health conditions, or developmental delays helps create great memories and traditions.
Holiday Play and Crafts
When children are visiting during holidays or vacation, play and craft activities can be wonderful in creating both Quality Time and Ordinary Life pursuits
Holiday Shopping for Children with Special Needs
Holiday shopping and gift giving for children with special needs may take a bit more ingenuity and planning than we or our friends and extended family expect.
Holidays and Family Stress
There are many reasons that winter holiday stress complicates the lives of families of children with disabilities, developmental delays or chronic health conditions. There are more reasons to dwell on the joy and let the stress take a holiday.
Home Access for Children in Wheelchairs
When a child is injured and needs a walker or wheelchair to help him get around in his own home, families discover how thoughtless design works to create challenges that the mobility equipment was invented to overcome.
Home Accessibility and Visitability for Children
Home accessibility, adaptability and visitability for children with special needs means they can visit friends in their neighborhood and extended family in their own communities.
Homecoming and Down Syndrome
High school homecoming stories about students with Down syndrome being elected king or queen are still rare enough to be newsworthy but it is much more common than ever before that students with DS are involved in Homecoming activities as they grow up included and supported in neighborhood schools.
Homeschooling Children with Special Needs
Parents who homeschool their children with special needs report improvements in academic gains, independence and interdependence, as well as improved socialization, self discipline and greater self confidence.
Homeschooling Transition and Childhood Disability
Making a transition into homeschooling from public or private school can find parents questioning their instincts and ability to educate and encourage their own childrenīs interests and build back their self esteem
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