June 14 2013 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Managing Rude Adults Who Insult Our Kids
Although most people have been taught that confrontational remarks are inappropriate on social occasions, speaking the truth in the face of a terrible lie is something parents are meant to do. We can't find the right words to speak out against prejudice, discrimination, and ridiculous stereotypes.
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I'm Just Like You
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on having Down syndrome, by Samantha Westcott, 18.
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Loving Andrew: A Fifty-Two-Year Story of Down Syndrome (born in 1959)
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Diabetes Information for Classmates and families
Down Syndrome / Diabetes Dual Diagnosis
Asthma and Allergies in Early Childhood
Preparing for Emergencies with Children
Peanut and Food Allergies or Sensitivities
Medical ID Bracelets for Children and Teens
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