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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (August 1, 2015)

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AAP updates recommendations on obesity prevention: parents and families are encouraged to model healthy behaviors for children, and pediatricians are in a good position to help families find ways to do this together. 572
ABLE accounts are coming! Is it really what you've been waiting for? 1952
An exceptional cookie: the OREO serves as a "tip sheet," or memory jogger of the four most important domains of being an exceptional parent. Rader, Rick 1206
Art is the glue in a NYC inclusion program: with a grant from the National Inclusion Project, the Marquis Studios Inclusion Program was launched in 2011. Raschka, Lydie 1115
ASHG honors R. Rodney Howell with Advocacy Award. Brief article 237
Back to school with delicious and nutritious fruits and veggies! Mintz, Barbara B. 1000
Convaid trekker granted certification. 405
Creating a better IEP meeting experience for families: whether at the pre-IEP conference, during the IEP conference, or beyond, it is the parent who steers their child's educational course. Houser, Mary A.; Fontenot, Charlotte L. 1512
Does concussion impact men and women differently? 487
Durable sheets flatten, fade and conceal scars. 205
Education on all aspects of a concussion: in the end, it all comes back to those that are concussed understanding how truly important it is to report symptoms accurately and honestly. Shumko, John; Toto, Diana 1842
Exercise is important for exceptional parents: you cannot continue to care for your family if you do not also care for yourself. McNealus, Kristin 1306
Extreme 3D Pro Joystick. 102
Girl Scout wins disability discrimination suit against troop: Megan, then age 12, sued the Girl Scouts, claiming the organization violated the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 by refusing to provide her with sign language services and then by disbanding her troop because her mother complained. Levinson, Jerry 534
Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund: taking care of their own. Redman-Waldeyer, Christine Cover story 1755
Lean in: I've found the women of my generation to be more accepting of each other's choices than articles I've read on the subject, and that makes me glad, because what we really need from each other is support and acceptance. McCafferty, Kimberlee Rutan 683
Make time for exercise: ten tips to get you started. 566
Military family stressors can impact physical & mental health. Woodworth, Jennifer 2121
Mobo Shift Three Wheel Cruiser. 188
Nocturnal enuresis: a personal story. Ellison, Colin 2876
Parent advocates: champions of change in newborn screening. Mittleman, Briana 1285
Pleasant surprises in the rain: yes, bad things will happen, but I have faith that some good things are going to happen too. Huhtanen, Shelly 826
Sensa Trak. 104
Sensory integration Slippery Spheres and Silly Squares. 130
Striking a chord: music's impact on cognitive delays and physical disabilities. Habermeyer, Sharlene Excerpt 2546
The healthy places initiatives for military service members and their families. 454
The Olmstead decision has been misinterpreted: the Olmstead decision, which interprets the Americans with Disabilities Act, is so clear that persistent misinterpretation by federal agencies can only be described as purposeful. Barker, Jill; Hart, David; Hopp, Tamie 1970
Whatz-It Color Scale Indicator. 296
Will your life and the life of your child with a disability be better after your divorce? Waldman, H. Barry; Perlman, Steven P.; Garey, Misha 2357

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