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    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.

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    Special Needs, Blogs

    Special Needs, Blogs

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    5 great yoga poses for kids with special needs: easy, therapeutic and FUN!

    The 8-year-old who did a triathlon and happens to have cerebral palsy: the viral video

    Krisped, Flaked and Sugar Caked: A Dangerous Way to Start the Day! (MTHFR risks)

    Loving the simple things in life: the gift my child has that we could all learn from

    Candida and Oxalate: The Chicken or the Egg? Part II - More on the complex relationship between oxalate and chronic candida

    Manners Matter! Behaving properly is like playing a game: You need to learn the rules in order to fit in to society. As the parent of a visually impaired child, you could argue that other people should simply recognize your child's limitations and make exceptions for him. However convenient this may be, though, you would be forgetting the massive benefits he could accrue simply by knowing the rules and playing the game properly. Do your child a favor: Don't excuse his behavior; correct it!

    Is There a Picky Eater at Your Table?

    Sensory Proprioception Toys & Tools | The Sensory Spectrum

    Helpful writing tips.

    A Natural Fix for A.D.H.D. - The New York Times. In school, these curious, experience-seeking kids would most likely do better in small classes that emphasize hands-on-learning, self-paced computer assignments and tasks that build specific skills. This will not eliminate the need for many kids with A.D.H.D. to take psychostimulants. But let’s not rush to medicalize their curiosity, energy and novelty-seeking; in the right environment, these traits are not a disability, and can be a real asset.

    Perhaps if we all made a positive difference in our own unique way we would feel more connected to each other and less afraid to be imperfect.

    Removing the Stumbling Block: Celebrating ADA and Creating an Inclusive Jewish Community - We Are Not There Yet

    ASHA Free Course: AAC

    Benefit Deaths Statistics May Not Be Published For Months, DWP Admits Posted by Welfare Weekly - Jul 21, 2015

    To the Mom of the Child With Sensory Processing Disorder | The Mighty

    Sleep Tips for Kids with ADHD - Look! We're Learning!

    How do you encourage sisterly (or brotherly) love? Nicole shares some tips for encouraging your "typical" kids to play and interact with their special needs sibling.

    Sensory Proprioception Toys & Tools | The Sensory Spectrum

    The Inclusive Class: 10 Simple Tools to Develop Executive Functioning Skills in the Classroom

    French Matching Game - Animals - Two Kids and a Blog