Posted in Autism, Down syndrome, Recreation/Leisure and Special Needs, Resources for Special Needs

Blog #85~ 10 Great Special Needs Resources

Blog #85~ 10 Great Special Needs Resources

Last week I targeted some links specific topics related to Down syndrome and autism.  I have a few more that relate to a variety of areas related to the special needs population.  You can click right on these links and check them out:

www.wrightslaw.com  Comprehensive information Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.

www.woodbinehouse.com  Publishes book for parents, children, teachers and professionals related to special needs.

www.specialreads.com Special Reads for Special Needs Publishing was founded by Natalie Hale in 2000 to answer a need for effective, entertaining reading materials for learners with Down syndrome, Autism, and other developmental delays.

www.hopefulparents.org  Grassroot support for parents of kids with all types of special needs.

www.supportforspecialneeds.com  A community that offers a chance to exchange wisdom and ideas among one of the most powerful group of people we know.

www.leslie4kids.wordpress.com   Comprehensive information on Childhood Apraxia and Speech, parenting and child development.

www.specialsparkle.com   Beautiful jewelry designed and made by a 21 year old young lady who has Down syndrome.

www.downsdesings.com Downs Designs provides a stylish clothing line with proper fitting for unique body types associated with having Down syndrome which is easy to get on and off.

www.hammertravel.org  Offers a variety of travel opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities

www.nickspecialneeds.wordpress.com   This site which provides information on a variety of special needs topics.  Much of the information specific to a dual diagnosis of Down syndrome and autism including supports, communication and speech/feeding issues, occupational therapy, behavior/ ABA and much more.

Hope you find these additional resources for special needs helpful. That’s what is in my noggin this week. More about Nick’s world next Monday, stay tuned…….

~Teresa 🙂

Author:

Teresa is the mother of two boys. Her youngest son, Nick is 23 years old and has special needs including Down syndrome, autism and verbal apraxia. She is a parent advocate, speaker and writer who is currently working on the memoir of raising her son, Nick. You can follow Nick world on our Facebook page and Pinterest @Down Syndrome With A Slice of Autism. Find Nick on Instagram@ #nickdsaustism, Twitter @tjunnerstall.

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