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Special Needs, Blogs

As special needs parents we each empathize and learn from each other. This board is intended to be a collection of blogs dedicated to the special needs individuals in our lives. If you would like to add your blog or contribute to this board simply comment and request on my own recent pins to this board. I look forward to seeing your wonderful blogs added here.

4 Things No One Tells You About Inclusive Schools

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Play date 101. A few simple ideas to help play dates to be successful.

3 Summer Suggestions for Whole Body Learning in Children with Autism | Friendship Circle -- Special Needs Blog

BBC - Future - The amateur geneticist who surprised science. Diagnosed with two extremely rare diseases, she found the link between them. “Kim’s the only one who handed me her own thesis,” he says. “Of all the 1,000-plus patients I’ve taken care of, none have done extensive detective work and told physicians which genetic test to order.”

Can we, as parents, change the way society thinks about disability? Yes—one person at a time.

Four Apps That Can help Teens and Young Adults Learn Community Skills

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Are You Sure? A Response to "I Couldn’t Find a ‘Back to School’ Ad That Included Kids With Disabilities...

Top Ten Self-Disclosures | Rileys Smile rileyssmile.com/...

12 Sites Where I Get FREE Therapy Materials! - Playing With Words 365

Connecting One Piece at a Time: You Are Your Child's Best Advocate!

First Destination Blog On our Blog Tour Is My Sweet Homeschool | Marla Murasko's Musings From A Special Needs Mom | special needs, family, f...

Learning Disability or Learning Difference?

Do you know how exhausting special needs parenting is? » Lost and Tired

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Simplify the Morning Routine

The mathematician, politician and music enthusiast Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw has died at the age of 101. Profoundly deaf from the age of 8, she had hearing dogs. She was one of the driving forces behind the creation of the Royal Northern College of Music in 1973. Her work to encourage children into mathematics saw her appointed a dame in 1971. She was also a keen astronomer and built her own observatory in the Lake District at the age of 78. She was also a member of The Order of St John

10 Outdoor Activities that Enhance Gross Motor Skills | Friendship Circle -- Special Needs Blog

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Play: Next Stepson play. Observing and parallel play.