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When you are moving with children, you face a number of considerations that others don't have to face. When you add a special needs child to the mix, you have a lengthy list of addition things you have to do to make the transition as smooth as possible. Here are some tips to help you with the moving process, ensuring that your child's needs are met throughout it....

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At Mesothelioma Hope, we offer free resources that are reviewed by certified oncologists and provide detailed information about mesothelioma and its health impacts. Our mission is to raise awareness about cancer and other asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma. ...

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There is no question that art in its many forms (crafts, music, literature, physical art like painting or drawing, etc.) is hugely important in the development of a child. Your child with learning disabilities is no different. Art and creative expression can help children refine their fine motor skills, improve social skills, and build self-confidence, among myriad other benefits. We all start our journeys somewhere....

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As you prepare for a new baby, you only hope for the best, and hope that the healthcare providers responsible for your infant's health do the best they can. After all, a physician is responsible for giving both mother and infant medical care for at least nine months. No parent expects to experience a birth injury. For those of you that with a baby born with a birth injury, check out this comprehensive resource for families coping with birth trauma....

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Cerebral Palsy Guide is a national support organization dedicated to educating individuals and families about cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is the most common childhood physical disability. Recent estimates conclude that nearly 764,000 people in the U.S. have CP. We strive to provide answers and guidance to ensure that families receive the assistance that they need to help improve their overall quality of life....

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Playing outside is one of the greatest joys of childhood. Stepping out the back door into sunlight, fresh air, and freedom can provide a feeling of liberation unlike any other. There are extra considerations when your child has special needs, but time outside still can offer tremendous therapeutic benefits, especially for children with autism or similar conditions that may keep them confined indoors in highly structured, climate-controlled environments for most of the day. ...

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Techniques for avoiding and managing meltdowns: It's not always easy to calm a child with autism, but there are techniques that can often be successful. Some require a bit of extra equipment that offers sensory comfort. Some of these items can be used in settings like school or community venues. If they work well, they're worth their weight in gold....

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This article discusses what it means to plan your estate when you have a child with autism. It addresses the basics – like what exactly estate planning is and the challenges it can bring – as well as what documents you need to have in order in your estate planning, which documents your child needs to be successful and in compliance with the law, and how you should proceed once you have put your affairs in place....

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