Parenting Children with Special Needs

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Features

  • Introduction
  • Advocating for Your Child
  • Organizations & Programs for Kids with Disabilities
  • Resources and Information for Parents of Special Kids
  • Parenting a Child with ADD/ADHD
  • Parenting a Child with Down Syndrome
  • Parenting a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder

Parents of deaf and hard-of-hearing children have more information now on how to communicate with their children.

Introduction

Advocating for Your Child

Organizations & Programs for Kids with Disabilities

Resources and Information for Parents of Special Kids

Parenting a Child with ADD/ADHD

Parenting a Child with Down Syndrome

Parenting a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder


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