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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.

Special Needs, Blogs

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The Finnish band PNK. Finnish punk band with a difference take a punt at Eurovision title. PKN, middle-aged rockers with learning disabilities, are tipped to be the runaway winners in the race to represent their nation in the finals in Vienna

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Step 3 Implement the Plan! How to prepare a child for a change.

A Hard Day's Night: When a Child with Autism Won't Sleep

We knew from the time Lucas was a toddler that he was different than other kids in his peer group. While the other preschool kids… I didn't write it, but I wish I had :)

Jewish inclusion text activity, Removing the Stumbling Block

Patients will generally have a very distinct (and very long term) cough if they have the disease. "It's very rumbly -- we call it a seal-barking cough," said Gangadharan. "If you have a cough that's like that, and you have these other symptoms, that would be a patient who should really be evaluated." Woman headed for hospice finds hope at Boston hospital Jennifer Champy put on life support 25 times

How Stephen Hawking, diagnosed with ALS decades ago, is still alive - The Washington Post. Stephen Hawking congratulates Eddie Redmayne www.huffingtonpos...

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Putting the Occupational Pieces Together

To My Son's Cub Scouts Leaders - Thank You! -

Clearing a path for inclusion, Removing the Stumbling Block

15 Tips for a Sensory Friendly Purim

Easy & Fun Easter Crafts For Kids - Sassy Dealz

Spring Kids Craft, Tissue Paper Baby Chicks

Cute and fun Easter eggs

Video description in movies and television shows for blind children: What is it? Where can I find it? What are the benefits?

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Is It an Accommodation or a Modification?

Through Tiki’s Eyes: Expanding Opportunities for Jewish Social Engagement

The Gifts We All Have to Give

Early Signs of Dyslexia - Blog post written by Lenka Vodicka, mother, teacher, writer, and photographer. A Dyslexia Story

Six healing sounds

Sean is Special Needs. He can't read or write and sounds like an 8 year old child when he talks. He said that he is here because he got lost and can't find his way home. He was on a Greyhound Bus to visit someone and got on the wrong bus at a rest stop. He's been lost ever since. He thinks he's from Springfield, Missouri.

Disabled people who do not look disabled