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Therapy or Service Assistance Dog?

Guide dogs: for people who are blind or with visual impairments. Hearing dogs: for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Service dogs: for people with disabilities other than vision or hearing, such as physical disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, autism, seizures, and other medical conditions. Visit an animal shelter. Watch the reaction/interaction of the child […]

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Party Planning.

There are many simple ways you can make any birthday occasion special as well as memorable too, without any high budget plans. These seven key components are important Venue Decorations Invitations Costumes Event planner Food items Guest list Consider looking for free venues such as nature, and house parties, have a short guest list, and […]

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Helpful Apps.

– GPS Angel Sense Tracking to the next level, leveraging cutting edge technology to meet the unique needs of the community. –Upcard is great for use of picture cards and recordings for communication/daily planning. – Sensory App House is good for cause and effect, stimulation, fun, relaxation, & digital art. –Speak Colors teaches colors through […]

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Behavior Plans.

Often, children with disabilities or special health care needs use their behavior to tell us something isn’t okay with them. That behavior may be the only way that they can get their message across. But that doesn’t mean that they know why they’re acting a certain way or what’s wrong. Many times children who are […]

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Special Needs Homeschooling.

Special Education services can be useful to parents homeschooling children with various educational, behavioral, and physical needs. https://hslda.org/content/laws https://www.time4learning.com/homeschooling/special-needs/ https://homeschool-curriculum.org/homeschooling-special-needs/ https://a2zhomeschooling.com/concerns_homeschooling/special_needs_kids_homeschooling/ https://www.homeschoolacademy.com/bridgeway-difference/who-we-serve/ http://www.mothers-abroad.com/home/2017/4/17/homeschooling-abroad

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Hair Tips.

Here are a few tips if you are anticipating an upcoming haircut or salon visit for your child with special needs. Timing Make sure your child is calm and less energized after a physical activity so they can sit still at the barbershop/salon. Child-Friendly If there isn’t one available in your area, check with friends […]

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Useful Resources.

Below are websites that include printables and special education information for children with disabilities. www.koriathome.com/free-printables-for-autistic-children/ www.do2learn.com/disabilities/Overview.html www.supercoloring.com/sections/coloring-pages www.ixl.com www.storylineonline.net/ www.exploratorium.edu/explore www.starfall.com/h/ www.funbrain.com/pre-k-and-k-playground www.readingrockets.org www.arcademics.com www.learningally.org/

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Sensory Sundays.

Chuck E. Cheese’s, in partnership with the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), part of the sensory-sensitive event on the 1st Sunday of every month. Chuck E. Cheese’s will dim the lights; turn off the radio, music, and shows; exclude costumed characters including the Chuck E. Cheese’s mouse mascot from walking around the venue; […]

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