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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (May 1, 2010)

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A good night's sleep: improving mobility in children, one night at a time. Brinks, Kathrin Report 798
Aha moments during financial strategizing: Part One: how surprises can affect the person with special needs. Report 1670
Caring for the caregiver: TRICARE offers respite care and emotional support. Lopatin, Shari Report 584
Cockapoos in the classroom: providing unique learning opportunities for children with autism. Stone, Brenda H. Report 1459
Coping with hearing loss and high school: advancements in hearing devices can help make those high school years more enjoyable. Report 767
Cozy Coats Slicker. Brief article 129
Disability Awareness Night[TM]. Calendar 206
Every Dog Has a Gift: True Stories of Dogs Who Bring Hope & Healing Into Our Lives. Henderson, Nancy Book review 426
Families reaching professionals: ask the occupational therapist. Orloff, Susan N. Schriber Viewpoint essay 934
Flipper Big Button Remote. Brief article 227
Helping your child build strength: looking outside the box. Huhtanen, Shelly Report 964
Horsin' around. Henderson, Nancy Short story 1278
Integrating pet therapy into daily school life. Brous, Miriam T. Report 1246
Jack & the video camera. Charlan, Nathan Report 1210
Jehovah's Witnesses' views on disability. Waldman, H. Barry; Perlman, Steven P.; Chaudhry, Ramiz A. Report 1491
MEAF debuts Promising Practices series, announces new grants focus on full inclusion of young people with disabilities. Brief article 164
Molly Bear Foundation. Henderson, Nancy Report 793
My four children. Panish, Lisa Report 681
Pediatric medical community mourns the loss of a leader. Brief article 182
Practice. Rader, Rick Editorial 877
Products and services. Directory 487
Recycle your gently used mobility equipment at[TM]: a website dedicated to the special needs community. Thoughfully created. Personally inspired. Report 812
Secretary of Veterans Affairs leads White House delegation to 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. Report 278
Smooth operations: teaching children with special needs to help out around the house. Kay, Shannon 2417
Standing up for students with special needs: schools are providing students with disabilities motorized "standers" for physiological, academic and social benefits. Rosenthal, Adam Report 754
Surgery: can this be a cure for epilepsy? McGoldrick, Patricia E.; Wolf, Steven M.; Ghatan, Saadi Report 1630
The Arc of the United States announces 45 Sub-Grant awards for transitioning youth from school to adult life funded by the Walmart Foundation. Brief article 156
The child who is deaf and hearing parents. King, J. Freeman Report 1607
The days you never forget. Moore, Lonnie Viewpoint essay 2173
The Horse Boy: A Father's Quest to Heal His Son. Henderson, Nancy Book review 424
Understanding and coping with stigma: this is the 11th in a series of articles about how to tell others about your or your child's epilepsy. Mittan, Robert J. Report 2906
UTMA AND 529 Accounts for a child with special needs. Hanson, Laurie Report 1692

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