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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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Learn how to make story boxes for kids who are blind with children's books and simple items from around your home.

How the Lubavitcher Rebbe Educated The World About Autism in 1989

Balancing a Multi-Sensory Approach and Sensory Overload

Too quick to see disadvantage; Removing the Stumbling Block

Connecting One Piece at a Time: Countdown to Easter!

Passover Toys

Fidget Rings help to increase focus in children who can’t sit still or are diagnosed with ADHD.

The special needs passover guide

SPD Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support

They need all of the love and support they can get! Special Olympics & S. June Smith Center

The Inclusive Class: Top 10 Websites for the Inclusive Classroom

The Inclusive Class: 5 Things Parents Need to Know About Inclusive Education

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Anti-Obamacare image on the 5th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act - GOP congresswoman gets surprise on Facebook after asking constituents for Obamacare horror stories...

Written BY an autistic 14 year old - who better to tell us what is going on inside their minds -and how they'd like us to reach out to them... "How to Talk to an Autistic Kid" by Daniel Stefanski is a great book to add to your shelf!

Jewish Special Needs Education - Removing the Stumbling Block: "We are Playing Wheelchair"

I am frustrated by the sad state of our society that it must be overtly pointed out that this pageant will seek to discover the content of the contestants' character.

When we determine fairness based on need we capitalize on an educational philosophy that is not only fair, but helps all students to reach their full potential.

"Band-Aid Activity" - teach difference btwn fairness & equality to all ages. Fairness doesn't mean each gets the same; fairness is when each gets what he/she needs.

This poster can be used by teachers and schools to promote inclusive education and raise awareness for supporting students with special needs. It can be displayed in a classroom, at the school office, on a bulletin board or even in a newsletter.

The Inclusive Class: A Visual Representation of Inclusive Education

DLA to be replaced by PIP from 2013/14. Personal Independence Payment, to “help disabled people remove the barriers they face to leading full and independent lives.” UK. disabledpeoplepro...

Finding the Gift in Every Student

7 Ways To Bring Self-Advocacy To Your Next IEP

DEBRA Ireland gives support to those living with EB. People with EB have skin as fragile as a butterfly's wings, meaning it blisters at the slightest... www.facebook.com/... DEBRA Ireland is a national Irish charity, established to provide support services to patients and families living with the debilitating skin condition epidermolysis bullosa (EB).