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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (October 1, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
"Close the book on hate". (what's happening). Brief Article 209
Accessing fun: readers share suggestions. (Toys). 137
ASL access brings American sign language video collections to local libraries. (what's happening). Brief Article 140
Attachment and the child with special needs. (national perinatal association). Maroney, Dianne I. 856
Casbar. (new products). Brief Article 107
Challenging healthcare and winning at Special Olympics' Wellness Park. Colacello, Susan Carucio 2040
Change, change, change. 352
Everything You Need to Know About Behavior Management: An Early Childhood Curriculum for Typically Developing Children and Children with Special Needs. Book Review 372
Familiar faces. 411
Finding your car in the parking lot: the role of parents and direct support professionals in providing attention to oral healthcare needs of the child with special needs. (Part VI). Tesini, David A. 863
Getting physical. (what's happening). Brief Article 162
Holiday craft activities. Entwistle, Debby; Hughes, Jo Ann Brief Article 297
Hooked on books. (Toys). Prather, Jodi Brief Article 235
Hunt for an elusive gene. Forstall, Joanne; Forstall, Rob; Cannataro, Jennifer 1649
Ideas for toys for kids with visual impairments. (Toys). Carson, Debbie 669
Jami's toys. (Toys). De Goeij, Manuela 503
Magnets: make toys attractive. (Toys). Kinross, Louise 501
Mulholland Outback. (new products). Brief Article 129
My cousin, Austin. (children's page). Quinn, Kayla 591
Options in seizure management: the vagus nerve stimulator--experiences to date: Part 3: long-term results and new directions (Special Report). Jurasek, Gale 4202
Preparing students with learning disabilities for college: pointers for parents * Part 2. (High School). Ericksen-Radtke, Melissa M.; Beale, Andrew V. 2181
Product recalls. (what's happening). Brief Article 167
Psoriasis. (Search & Respond). 1366
Search & Respond. 830
Some bright ideas for play with your child: with their parents help, children can use playtime to develop self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and love--and have fun along the way. (Toys). Siegel, Debra 836
Special needs planning for settlement distributions: Part 9 in a series of articles. (Special Advertising Section). Harmon, Dave 984
Spinal muscular atrophy: strategies for living. (EP Guide To Every Body Part 6 * Spinal Muscular Atrophy). Braverman, Jane 4032
Spooktacular costume ideas. 1110
Swallowing safety. (ask the doctor). Sheppard, Justine Joan 1218
Tandem terrors. (editor's desk). Rader, Rick Editorial 747
The gazebo. (parent perspective). Simon, Nina 495
The National MPS Society, Inc. (organizational spotlight). 1162
The serious business of play. (Toys). Jurasek, Gale 2875
The Spartan Shower Lounge Chair. (new products). Brief Article 152
The superintendent of documents announces disability-related publications. (what's happening). 700
The toy doctor's prescription for play. (Toys). Kinross, Louise 1131
Therapy Machine. (new products). Brief Article 142
Tips for a safe halloween. (what's happening). 509
Toy selections from our toy experts. (Toys). 1979
Toys for fun and learning. (Toys). Briggs, Eva 966

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