Special Needs

5 Ways Video Games Can Help Kids With Special Needs

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For kids with special needs, video games can offer opportunities to practice everything from communication skills to organization.

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Device Hacks For Kids With Special Needs

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Eight ideas to make your device more usable for kids with special needs.

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School Robots Are Making Education For Severely Sick Kids Possible

School robots are invaluable tools for students who need them.

School robots are invaluable tools for students who need them part time and also for students like Randy, for whom they’re the only path to the classroom.

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We Need To Talk About How Childhood Trauma Affects Education

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We Need To Talk About How Childhood Trauma Affects Education

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5 Key Ways You Can Be The Best Parent Advocate For Your Special Needs Child

Trust your instincts. You are the expert when it comes to your child. Don’t be afraid to speak up, to stand your ground, to share what works at and what doesn’t. Your input is valuable.

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5 Key Ways You Can Be The Best Parent Advocate For Your Special Needs Child

Trust your instincts. You are the expert when it comes to your child. Don’t be afraid to speak up, to stand your ground, to share what works at and what doesn’t. Your input is valuable.

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Will My Anxious Child Ever Have Friends?

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The idea of trying to be friends with someone “different” might be more than a 5-year-old is meant to handle.

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Would Homeschooling Be Better For My Special-Needs Child?

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The argument against homeschooling is always the same: “Kids need to socialize.”

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Would Homeschooling Be Better For My Special-Needs Child?

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The argument against homeschooling is always the same: “Kids need to socialize.”

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