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How to Help Your Child With Special Needs

Here are ways to comfort and entertain children with special needs during what can be a frightening time.

Resources for Parents of Children With Special Needs

What are schools required to do for students with special needs during a shutdown? Special Education Advocate Lisa Lightner has put together this guide.

Field Trips for All Students

Advice for parents of students with disabilities to avoid exclusion on field trips.

How to Help (and Not Help) With a Stutter

Ways for parents to help their children articulate their thoughts if they have stuttering problems.
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Autism Research & Advice

The latest info on diagnosis, early intervention & other issues that affect children with autism
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Special Needs Research & Advice

Info on a wide range of special needs such as cerebral palsy, dyslexia & pediatric cancer (see above for autism)
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Special Needs Parenting

Insights on the challenges and successes involved with raising a child with special needs
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Social Skills for Kids With Special Needs

Can Medical Marijuana Help Your Child?

What Are the Early Signs of Autism in Babies?

A new study confirms that ASD can be detected early. Here are four things you can look for in your one-year-old and other signs at older ages.

How to Plan a Birthday Party for a Child with Autism

A mom shares tips on planning a birthday celebration for a child with autism.

What to do when your child does not qualify for an IEP

“His grades are fine! He doesn’t need an IEP.” Here are the steps to take if you’ve asked for help from the school and have been told this.

Exceptional Entrepreneurs

These parents started businesses to provide work experience for their special-needs children.