April 11 2010 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Patient Advocacy for Children in Hospitals
Families of children with special needs may be more aware of the specific risks during hospitalization that a son or daughter may experience than the most common dangers every child faces due to miscommunication, hospital mistakes, or uninformed decisions. Companions and checklists reduce or eliminate the risks.
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Elementary School Transition
Transition to Preschool from Early Intervention
High School Transition and Graduation Options
Reading and Literacy Skill Development for Late Readers
Homeschooling Children with Special Needs
Person Centered Planning
IEP Preparation - Teacher Support
Teens with Disabilities - Transition to Adulthood
Inclusion in Brownies and Girl Scouts
Community Emergency Response Training
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The ARE Word - help people w/ disabilities
understand teasing, bullying, deal w/ mean people
Red Robin Restaurants Tip A Cop for
Special Olympics 4/17; 11-8pm;
Donate 4/5-4/17 online
Sprout Film Festival April 30 - May 2
People w/ developmental disabilities
as subjects & performers New York City
5 Things People w/ Disabilities Need To Know About the Flu http://tinyurl.com/10FluPwD
Bill requires parental notification
from schools after abuse of student
HHS & HUD - Rental Assistance to Support
Independent Living for Non-Elderly
Persons w/ Disabilities
Remembering Melissa Riggio
Cardinals & Build-A-Bear Workshop introduce
Albert Pujols bear benefiting Pujols
WI: Special clinic helps adults with Down syndrome
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Pamela Wilson, Special Needs Children Editor
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Private Schools and Childhood Disability
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