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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (June 1, 2014)

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2014 update of the national plan to address Alzheimer's disease: select actions directly related to intellectual disabilities. 1728
A healthy vision: Special Olympics 2014 USA games New Jersey Special Olympics and Barnabas health are committed to promoting and developing a healthy community well beyond the 2014 Special Olympics USA games taking place in New Jersey this June. Redman-Waldeyer, Christine; McEniry, Lynne 3933
AADMD 12th Annual Education Conference Schedule: including the 2014 Princeton Meeting of the NTG on ID and Dementia Practices in conjunction with The Special Olympics 2014 USA Games. 1485
As tolerated. Rader, Rick 900
Autism meets the police what will your child do? Iland, Emily 1607
Body cooling vest (Model KMVZ). 237
Drybuddy. 257
Empowering youth: face forward empowers youth with genetic disorders to develop life skills, find community and become self-advocates so they can move beyond their challenges to become strong, independent, productive adults. Cyr, Mallory 1145
Equipment rentals: from morale, welfare & recreation. 469
Extended school year services (ESY). Autin, Diana 2056
Is there a need to change medical terminology used with parents of children who are deaf? In the words of Dr. I. King Jordan, past president of Gallaudet University, "the deaf can do anything, except hear.". King, Freeman J. 822
Leading the charge for compassionate care: a day for intellectual and developmental disabilities residential services providers: October 5, 2014: offers 7.0 CEUs. Calendar 528
Lessons I have learned. Curry, Tom 1260
Leveling the field: US Labor Department's Office of disability employment policy (ODEP) signs alliance agreement with the professional baseball athletic trainers society (PBATS). 347
Lifeguarding opportunities for high school & college students: morale, welfare & recreation pools. 435
Navigating the world of special needs. 1699
Nonprofit program benefits mental health for children of wounded service members. 646
On your mark. Get set go! Raccosta, Maryann 1149
Products and services. Directory 295
Redi-Temp Liquid Crystal Temperature Monitor (models 5010-h & 8001). 169
Sesame workshop & exceptional young people everywhere. Ira, Vanessa 853
Thinking out of the box for family fun & summer fitness: structuring the family summer schedule around fitness goals and activities is not only beneficial to the bonding experience for the family--it can also offer children life-long coping strategies. Hawkins, Christy; Vlasak, Erin 1764
U.S. residents with disability: does it matter where they were born and what is their ancestry? Waldman, Barry H.; Compton, Kristin; Perlman, Steven P. 1763
WellDoc. 260
What it means to be a mom: The lengths a mom will go for their children would make the strongest warrior quiver. you throw a special needs child into the equation and that strongest warrior might as well not even show up for battle. Essay 932

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