April 28 2010 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Families of children who are diagnosed on the autism spectrum want others to know that each son or daughter with autism is as unique and different from one another as their mainstream peers. They also stress awareness of best practices that benefit most children and teens who have autism.
News from twitter.com/downsynadvocacy:
Many Autism Apps for iPod Touch and iPhone are free in April. Go to iTunes & search under "apps" "autism" - many are helpful for children with delays and other developmental disabilities.
Greg Terhaar - Self-advocate w/ Down syndrome appointed to the Spokane Human Rights Commission
Sprout Film Festival 4/30-5/2 - featuring people with developmental disabilities - NYC Metropolitan Museum of Art
Freddy Boza competes, wins awards and sets records in weightlifting. He has Down syndrome, his competitors don't.
Thoughts from the Middle of the Night
Mothering Babies with Special Needs
Encouraging Fussy Babies and Sensitive Toddlers
Please visit specialneedschildren.bellaonline.com for even more great content about childhood disability.
IEP Preparation - Teacher Support
Teens with Disabilities - Transition to Adulthood
Reading Strategies and Reading Readiness
Teaching Home Addresses to Children
Adaptive Dance Classes
Patient Advocacy for Children in Hospitals
Community Emergency Response Training
Teaching Reading to Teens
Teaching Relatives to be Caregivers
Amazon Kindle and Childhood Disability
Voice4u iPod Touch iPhone Communication App
Nintendo Wii Therapy Rehab for Children and Teens
Snapshots and Children with Delayed Language
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Pamela Wilson, Special Needs Children Editor
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