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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (September 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
401 kid. (Education 2002). Steele, Julia 560
A test of faith: college testing services will stop flagging scores. (Education 2002). Steele, Julia 990
An accessible bathroom. (Respond). 217
BabySpa. (what's happening). Brief Article 116
Behavior concerns. (Respond). 132
Botox injections. (Respond). 124
Bravekids.org. Apel, Laura 359
Communication problems. (Search & Respond). 100
Controlling seizures. (Respond). 166
DD-SNAP. Hennike, J. Michael 959
Definition of Mental Retardation. (what's happening). Brief Article 115
Dental care. (Respond). 491
Directory of schools, camps, & residences. Directory 1760
DynaWrite. (new products). Brief Article 100
Enhancing inclusion with then Navy Run, Jump `n' Throw. (Education 2002). Valenzano, Joseph Jr.; Santos, Jim 636
EP's teachers of the year. (Education 2002). Tortoreto, Maria 2542
Exceptional Parent Library: the special needs bookstore. Bibliography 2027
Familiar faces. 417
For further reading ... Henninger, Megan Bibliography 691
Higher education options for young adults with learning disabilities. (Education 2002). Cantu, Carolyn O. 1420
How to find high-quality inclusive child care program. (Education 2002). Scott, Stacy; McWilliam, R.A. 1999
Informing empowering and keeping parents involved. (Special report: part IV: family wellness, quality of life and the long view). Colacello, Susan Carucio 3708
Keeping kids safe on the internet. (tech talk). Burgstahler, Sheryl 2229
Kelly Bankston * 1981-2002. (editor's desk). Obituary 1622
Legislative update: Washington politicos focus on IDEA reauthorization. 688
Life changing moment. (children's page). Boevers, Michelle 653
Looking for advice with attached chromosomes. (Search & Respond). 123
Looking for diagnosis. (Search & Respond). 194
National Council on Disability. (what's happening). 209
National Disability Mentoring Day. (what's happening). 102
Oral health for adults with disabilities: dental treatment for adults. (Part XIV). Farsai, Paul; Calabrese, Joseph 2337
Parent perspective homeschooling: in June 2002, EP asked our readers to tell us why they have chosen to homeschool their children with disabilities. Here are some of the answers we received. (Education 2002). 1361
Ridgeway school. (Education 2002). 867
School harassment. (Respond). 126
Senate bill for disabled children. (what's happening). Brief Article 141
Sign language concerns. (Respond). 130
Steroid use in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: a preventable cause of cerebral palsy and developmental delay. Unger, Andrew 1871
Straight from Her Heart. (what's happening). Brief Article 94
Sunsuit. (new products). Brief Article 80
Taking the next step together: moving forward ... a new location ... a whole-hearted vision. 1895
The National Tourette Syndrome Association. (organizational spotlight). Ungar, Judit; Cook, Fred 1273
The paraeducator paradox. (Education 2002). Mueller, Patricia H. 1883
Ther-A-Saur. (new products). 94
Toolbox of hope: think about it! you have a relationship with everything in your life! 461
Twice-exceptional: learning disabled and gifted. (research reflections). Blacher, Jan 2221
Twins transition and leave behind a changed school system in their wake. (Education 2002). Apel, Laura 1268
Wheelchair capabilities. (Respond). 250

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