Care Planning Process for Children with Special Needs

What does it take to create and implement an effective, family-centered plan of care for a...

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10 Ways Get Organized in 2017

Organization for families of children with special needs comes in al...

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Fun (And Free) Places to Take Your Loved One

As a parent or caregiver of someone with a special need, you may be constantly looking for new places to take them to expand his horizons, and simply to have fun, without breaking the bank.

When ...

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10 Special Needs Organizations You Should Know About

In case you aren’t already aware, there’s a plethora of organizations offering...

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The Benefits of Quality Respite Care

As a parent raising a child with a disability, you m...

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My On-the-Job Training as a Special Needs Mom

I am a wife, a sister, and a friend. I am a woman who at the ripe old age of 31 lost her mother and also became a mother...

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Special Needs Recreation and Enrichment

A child’s special needs needn’t get in the way of fun. Here is a list of Valley programs that offer spec...

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Boy With Special Needs Told to Remove Varsity Jacket

Support Your Kids!

Michael Kelley has Down syndrome and autism, and plays basketball at Wichita East High School. He plays basketball for the special needs team and gives it his all every night. His mother, Jolinda, bought a letter jacket so he could have a reminder of his participation. The principal won’t allow him to wear I. This is just another sign of mistreatment towards special ...

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Down Syndrome Treatment

Can Down Syndrome Be Treated?

Did you ever want to know if Down Syndrome can be treated? Well let’s see! The cognitive impairments in Down Syndrome have been considered untreatable for a long time now.  In recent advances in science and genetics are raising the need for pharmaceutical interventions for this syndrome. If the trials are a success then it will improve the Down Syndrome p...

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Is Their A Cure For Autism?

We Still Have Hope!

Researchers in college have found a treatment for a rare, hereditary form of autism. The scientists tested the genomes of six children with both autism and epilepsy from three Middle Eastern families. The end result of the test is that there bodies needed branched chained amino acids, which the children had little of, and can only be obtained through food. The scienti...

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