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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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Becoming a patient special needs parent is part of being a loving parent as 1 Corinthians 13 calls us to be. How do we build patience in difficult times?


Have a child or other relative with special needs? Learn how to protect them with a Special Needs Trust | MoneywiseMoms

Confessions of a Child Therapist - she has parenting struggles too!

Help Your Toddler Fight Their Fear of the Dark. Suggestions by child therapist and toddler anxiety expert.

8 Tips For Teachers from the Stuttering Foundation. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @Rebecca Porter Inc. Resources.

Fun way to practice your phone number -and other Morning Work Binders

Alphabet sorting game. Letter recognition

Free Alphabet Letter & Picture Tracing Sheets

Cute little FREE coloring sheet that works on letter recognition. Alphabet Printables.

Pin now, print before back to school--printable list of IEP accommodations

Connecting One Piece at a Time: You Are Not Alone

The Truth about "Yes" & "No" September 2014 (201)

Bath time can cause many anxieties in toddlers. Learn approaches to help them work through it. Written by child therapist and toddler expert.

6 Ideas To Make Errands Doable For Your Child With Special Needs

Teach your Toddler to Express Feelings. Tips from child therapist and toddler anxiety expert.

"Teens test boundaries, make mistakes and sometimes have little respect for their parents. Teens with ODD experience these normal teenage behaviors but may have a harder time living with them. Sometimes ODD can lead to a more severe disorder known as Conduct Disorder. Left untreated and combined with other personality disorders, oppositional defiant disorder may lead to a lifetime of behavioral complications and personality disorders." - ADDfreeSources:

Gemiini Session Viewer by Gemiini Systems

Can the zoo be accessible for a blind child? Of course! Find tips from moms on how to make your visit to the zoo meaningful and enjoyable.

The Inclusive Class: How Do You Include?

{FREE PRINTABLE} Earth Day Letter Tile Sort for Children with Special Needs

Adapting Popular Children’s Songs for Kids with Special Needs

Jooay is a great new app that helps families with special needs find leisure activities in their area.

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