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  • ASL Tips
    ASK Angie ASL -Communication Plan Derrick Coleman the first deaf player on offense in NFL history. “The biggest thing is this: to have no excuses in anything you do and I’m not talking about just the hearing impaired, but everybody. If there?...

  • "Foodie" Fun For Kids: Hatching "Wide-Eyed" Chicks
    Encouraging Speech & Creating Yum! These take a little prep work, but the actual steps to make them are simple. You can use any deviled egg recipe you like. We like ours simple— just mayonnaise, a good squirt of mustard and a dash of salt. We d...

  • Power Of Play
    Infant Games GROWS BRAINS One of the fascinating facts about brain development is that as far as the brain is concerned, we are all born premature. Even though we are born with 100 billion nerve cells, they are not yet connected in networks. At bi...

  • IEP Tools
    at your fingertips There is no question that getting ready for an IEP meeting can be a stressful and intimidating experience. The amount of information that parents must absorb and be expected to understand about their child and their educational n...

  • Special Diets
    TRYING NEW FOODS The most common statement that I often hear from parents, who are told that they should change their child’s diet, is that they are afraid their child will starve, because they never try new foods. Many children with special need...


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