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8 Ways you can Dress your Child for Sensory Friendly Success Whether your school has a dress code or you get to select your own clothes, dressing in a sensory smart way can be the difference between comfort and misery or attention and distraction. Let's see how your kids can dress for school success! Document
A Guide for Parents: Questions to Ask When Seeking Child Care for Children with Special Needs A tip sheet with guiding questions for family members to use when seeking an early care and education program for a child with special needs. Tipsheet
A List of Essential Children's Books To Empower Black Girls To Love Their Hair It's amazing how much work still remains to address the lack of children's books that represent little black girls. After some research we decided to put together this list of essential books that help empower young girls to love their natural self. Website
A Parent's Guide to First Aid In homes where there are small children, safety is an important issue. Parents want to protect their children from all potential dangers and will most often take steps to make their home as safe an environment as possible. Unfortunately, despite one's best efforts, accidents may still happen. The National Safety Council cites injuries as the leading cause of childhood death. Of the accidents that cause these injuries, half occur in the home. When they do, parents or guardians will need to be prepared to take the necessary action. Understanding basic first aid and how to apply it according to the injury and age of the child is critical and can save the life of their child. Website
AAC-RERC The AAC-RERC conducts a comprehensive program of research, development, training, and dissemination activities that address the NIDRR priorities and seek to improve technologies for individuals who rely on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technologies. The mission of the AAC-RERC is to assist people who rely on augmentative and alternative communication to achieve their goals by advancing and promoting AAC technologies and supporting the individuals who use, manufacture, and recommend them. Website
Abilities Network Maryland services and support for persons with disabilities and inclusion. Training, consultation and respite care services all available. Website
Ability Online Support Network Ability online is an electronic email system that connects young people with disabilities or chronic illness with peers (disabled and non disabled) and mentors. It is also a valuable resource for families and friends to know more about an illness and help manage it. Website
About Autism in Toddlers About Autism in Toddlers is a great tool for families and professionals interested in learning how to recognize the early signs of autism spectrum disorder in very young children. It includes videos on the core features of autism and information on the importance of early identification. This is the first in a series of free online resources being developed by the Autism Institute at Florida State University College of Medicine. Website
Accessing Disability Services in Minnesota Guide A guide to selected services for individuals with disabilities and their families. Document
Activities for Helping Children Deal with Divorce When working with young children and their families, early care and education professionals sometimes find themselves in the position of helping children cope and work through changes in their family systems. One such change that undoubtedly has an effect on young children is divorce. Document