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Let's say you have a child with disabilities who has cognitive delays, and when people jokingly use the word "retard" to call someone (or themselves) stupid, it bothers you.

In which I share how I glitter-filed my Starbucks cold cup. This DIY is for the insulated Starbucks cold cup with the removable center cup.

What I Wish I'd Known about Having a Child with Special Needs - jenniferajanes.com

What I Wish I'd Known about Having a Child with Special Needs

parenting a child with disabilities~a battle on every front leads to battle fatigue via @LisaLightner

parenting a child with disabilities~a battle on every front leads to battle fatigue

We're constantly fighting battles, so it only makes sense that parenting a child with disabilities would lead to battle fatigue.

Funding Sources for Uncovered Supplies and Equipment from Complex Child Magazine. We all are looking for extra funding for that special needs bed, wheelchair van, communication device etc etc

Complex Child is an online monthly magazine about caring for a child with complex medical needs or a disability.

Where do I start? I am a parent of a child with hearing loss.

Or should I say, I am a parent to an amazing daughter. So blessed with 2 beautiful and kind hearted girls.

Love That Max: Special Needs Blog : Parents magazine makes special needs history http://www.lovethatmax.com/2014/03/parents-magazine-makes-special-needs.html

Parents magazine makes special needs history

A look at Parents' magazine absolutely fantastic special needs section in their April issue. A great read whether or not you have a child with special needs.

How to talk to adults about your child’s hearing loss

Cure for Tinnitus That Works? Why You Should Find A Natural and Proven Cure for Ear Ringing? Get Rid of "Ringing in Ears" Fast!

Clothing for Children with Sensory Disorders-'Soft' is the first line of inclusive clothing designed with the needs of all children in mind--including those with autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, and a range of developmental delays. Wide collars, flat seaming, ultra-soft cotton, and custom fits ensure that Soft clothing is comfortable for every child.

Clothing for Children with Sensory Disorders

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