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Special Needs in the News
This month's news includes stories on financial problems of parents raising children with disabilities, a new evaluation that splits autism into two new classifications, a behavior management teleconference on Positive Behavior Supports, and how adolescents with type one diabetes can be helped to develop adequate blood sugar control.
Ouch! Disability Newsletter features articles from the Guardian and Daily Mail about financial problems facing families raising children in the United Kingdom
Ouch! Disability Newsletter - Disability News
An article in the Missourian newspaper in Columbia, MO reports on the new evaluation that splits autism into two new classifications, Complex and Essential.
Books on Children with Special Needs at Amazon.com
Tool aids in autism diagnosis
National Native American Families Together Parent Center invites families and professionals to participate in the NNAFT Teleconference on Positive Behavior Support for Young Children who Challenge September 6, 2005; 10:00 am - 12:00pm PST
Behavior Management Teleconference
Children With Diabetes News features an article about strategies to improve better diabetes control by adolescents with type one diabetes
Children with Diabetes - What's New
Sun Block Clothing, Laundry Additive, and Other Options - Bella SNC
Pollutants in Umbilical Cord Blood
Down Syndrome - Alzheimer's Research - Mice regain memory function
Down Syndrome - Dr. Allen C Crocker of Boston
Positive Behavior Supports
Central Auditory Processing Disorder
The Need to Belong -Rediscovering Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Teens with Disabilities - Transition to Adult Life
Thoughts from the Middle of the Night
Sibling Support Sibling Rivalry
Using Behavior as Communication
Dual Diagnosis DS and Autism
Type One Diabetes
Children with Cancer
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