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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (July 1, 2014)

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A new move means new challenges: as we plan out our last year in Texas and Broden's team presses on to get as much accomplished as they can with Broden, I will continue to hope there will be people in Georgia that will love and care for him as much as his team in Texas. Huhtanen, Shelly 804
A well lit pathway. Raccosta, Maryann 1120
Able Kids Foundation: founded in 2006, the Able Kids Foundation is a non-profit organization which focuses on the identification and management of CAPD (central auditory processing disorder) and provides positive outcomes by removing communication barriers. Burleigh, Joan B.; Gould, Kara J.; Locke, Megan E. Organization overview 1980
Connecting people with spinal cord injuries: is an interactive website that connects people with spinal cord injuries (SCI) and members of their families with the real-life experience of others. Lollino, Stephanie D. 1634
Cool Chews. 131
Curve-A-Beam. 102
Fidget Pencils. 105
Fun ways to keep minds fresh for back to school. McKelvey, Lynda 571
How to practice. Curry, Tom Column 1159
Inclusive and natural freeplay for children & adults: one of the virtues of truly inclusive Universal Design is not only design for people of all abilities but also design for people of all ages. Schwab, Charles M. 2131
Jeliku. 102
Living in the right state for a child with a disability. Waldman, H. Barry; Compton, Kristin; Perlman, Steven P. 2242
No parent left behind. Scott, Christine 933
No shirts, no shoes, no behavior, no service: some restaurants that do not want to be thought of as insensitive to families coping with special needs are recognizing another way of announcing their reluctance to serve "children with novel distractions"--and that is to offer discounts to "well behaved children.". Rader, Rick 861
Non-traditional home modifications for children with special needs: families can benefit from looking at how their child functions daily in their current environment and what challenges exist. Agoratus, Lauren 835
On poetry & expected gifts. Roberson, Kathy 930
Rainbow Sorting Crayons. 124
Reaching the promised land of better health, better lives for people with intellectual disabilities. McGinley, John C. Conference notes 2754
Same-sex marriage and financial strategies. 1566
Senate votes 95-3 for jobs for people with disabilities. 626
Special Olympics: special in more ways than one: the games help achieve Eunice Kennedy Shriver's ultimate goal: building a more inclusive and accepting world. Levinson, Jerry 690
Strengthening America's workforce: $1.85m in funding from DOL to improve employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities. 336
Taking care of you: self-care for the caregiver. 831
The joy of high fives: as competitions at the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games began on the Monday after Father's Day, the joy could be felt in the air and seen in the crowds all around the college campuses and other venues across Mercer County. Redman-Waldeyer, Christine; McEniry, Lynne Cover story 3698
Traveling to the Costello Syndrome Family Forum with a special needs toddler. Thomas, Angel 1800

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