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Articles from The Exceptional Parent (October 1, 2018)

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AN INVITATION FROM ONE SPECIAL EDUCATOR TO FAMILIES, FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES: LET'S ADJUST OUR SAILS AND CONTINUE THE VOYAGE TOGETHER. Shaw, Angela 1665
AN OVERVIEW OF Special Education: At-home activities, beyond paper and pencil, are another critical element that can bolster learning along the way. 878
AVAZ LITE. 209
Baggage: Broden's team has not only helped him, but they have also helped me. As his team encourages him to grow, it is also giving me strength to let the past go. Huhtanen, Shelly 1120
BITE BANDS. 130
CAREGIVERS NEED CARE TOO. 916
CDC Releases Guideline to Improve Care of Children with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new clinical recommendations for healthcare providers treating children with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), often referred to as concussion. 588
Council for Exceptional Children Announces General Session Speakers. 272
ECLC of New Jersey's Special Education School Receives Grant from Investors Bank: ECLC of New Jersey's Chatham school for students with special needs received a $1,500 grant from the Investors Foundation for a new Sensory Room to provide therapy for the growing number of students with autism. 604
Empowerment and Fun Through Play. Schwabe, Jackie 2291
Google is not God! Waldman, H. Barry; Perlman, Steven P. 2137
Have a Healthier Halloween! One statistic estimates that the average Jack-O-Lantern bucket holds about 250 pieces of candy! That could add up to 3 pounds--and a whopping 9000 calories! McNealus, Kristin 913
HEALTH DISPARITIES FOR ADULTS WITH IDD MAKE INCLUSIVE HEALTH A WORTHY GOAL. Shouse, Janet 1766
LEARNING AT THE LEE SPECIALTY CLINIC. Dogmanits, Mindy 1288
LOLLACUP. 150
MILITARY LIFE: PERSON-CENTERED PLANNING. 717
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. 101
RAISE-ing Expectations and Outcomes for Young Adults with Disabilities. Agoratus, Lauren 843
SPECIAL OLYMPICS: A VIEW FROM THE INSIDE. Dease, Renee 844
TALKING BRAILLE LEARNING SYSTEM. 179
Tom Cheetham, MD. Rader, Rick 1185
UPS & DOWNS: A SPECIAL OLYMPIAN'S JOURNEY TO GREATNESS. Batchelor, Olivia 1046
WEIGHTED BOWL. 102
WHICH WAY DO WE GO? TRANSITIONING from HIGH SCHOOL to EMPLOYMENT: When trying to determine the best path for your son f or daughter to take on their road to independence, the attainment of a college degree, in and of itself, should not be the ultimate goal. Rather, the ultimate goal should be employment and independent living. Vanbergeijk, Ernst Cover story 3207
WHY DEAD MALLS AND THE RETAIL DIVE OF 2017-2018 COULD SPARK A BRAND-NEW HIGH SCHOOL TRANSITION MODEL FOR YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES. Hinkle, Stephen; Lengyel, Linda Shandrick 1933

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