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Children's books about disabilities. Books about disabilities for kids. Disability awareness children's books. Books about kids with disabilities
Heather Medeiros saved to Decodable readers
From foundations and grants to books, bikes and benefits - a big list of places that can help out with free stuff for kids with disabilities | disability | special needs | cerebral palsy | Down syndrome | deaf | blind | disability resources | special need
Meriah Nichols saved to Down Syndrome
The Importance of Including Children with Disabilities at School is called Inclusion. Making school a place where all children can participate equally, regardless of disabilities.
EazyHold saved to EazyHold.com Blog
These photos are extraordinary.
Hope Paige Medical ID saved to Mother's Day
A blog about parenting kids with special needs
Shawna OBrien saved to Special Needs
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Xylynx Mine saved to Hatdog
Research Tuesday January Edition – Speech Impairment in Down Syndrome: A Review | Smart Speech Therapy
Once again I am joining the ranks of SLPs who are blogging about research related to the field of speech pathology. Today I am reviewing a 2013 article in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, by Kent and Vorperian, which summarizes research on disorders of speech production in Down syndrome (DS) Title: Speech Impairment in Down Syndrome:
Erin Heap saved to Special Education/ASD
Comparative Effects of High-Tech Visual Scene Displays and Low-Tech Isolated Picture Symbols on Engagement From Students With Multiple Disabilities
Comparative Effects of High-Tech# Visual Scene Displays & Low-Tech Isolated Picture #Symbols on Engagement From Students w/Multiple #Disabilities. Article in #LSHSS by Christine Holyfield, Sydney Brooks, & Allison Schluterman https://on.asha.org/2phOl5V @UArkansas @FSSchools #slpeeps
“#EVERYchild has rights. Children with disabilities have the same rights & needs as all children #CRC25”
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