Here's the latest article from the Special Needs Children site at BellaOnline.com.
Community Access for Children in Wheelchairs
A child may use a wheelchair for mobility full-time, as the result of an injury or condition that is temporary or intermittent, or to avoid injury, relapse or exhaustion. After a temporary injury, my son needed a walker and wheelchair, an accessible home and community, and a better informed mother
Best Buddies Fundraising Opportunity
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Chicken Soup for the Soul book, _Children with Special Needs - Stories of Love and Understanding for Those Who Care for Children with Disabilities
A Day at the Park by Pam Wilson
IDEA - Education Law
The Diagnosis of Learning Disability
IEP Preparation - Teacher Support
Early Intervention for Developmental Delays
IEP Goals for Children with Special Needs
Universal Design for Learning - Access
to General Education Curriculum
Signing, Reading and Spelling
Teens with Disabilities - Transition Planning
A Brand New Baby
Teaching Your Child to Plan Meals and Cook
Homeschooling Children with Special Needs
Inclusive P.E. for Children with Special Needs
Babies Born Early - Prematurity and Childbirth
Do We Overtest Our Children?
Humor - Preparing for the IEP Meeting
Pain Management for Children
Parenting Challenges: Behavior and Inclusion
Avoiding Heat Illnesses and Other Hazards
Car Safety Issues - Prevention is the Key
Affirmations - Expressing Affection and Acceptance
Transition to Preschool from Early Intervention
Down Syndrome Research - What's New?
Down Syndrome and Diabetes Dual Diagnosis
Autism Spectrum - Adolescent Issues and Privacy
Down Syndrome and Autism Dual Diagnosis
Moms Under Stress Problem Behavior
Soothing Children's Fears
Airline Travel for Children with Special Needs
Carry On Luggage Rules for Flights Today
Research - Thought Controlled Wheelchairs
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Pamela Wilson, Special Needs Children Editor