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A Quality Conversation with My Nonverbal Son

A Quality Conversation with My Nonverbal Son

Max and Dad Talking Conversations can occur in many forms, and some of them can convey tremendous amounts of “language” without one spoken word. This is one of those instances...

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Special Diets for a Variety of Disabilities & Disorders

Special Diets for a Variety of Disabilities & Disorders

Usually, I mainly write about the Gluten Free/Casein Free www.gfcfdiet.com, www.puttingyourkidsfirst.com or Feingold Diets www.feingold.org for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders or ADHD/ADD. Today, however, this column will be about...

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Tax Planning for Parents of Children with Autism

Tax Planning for Parents of Children with Autism

Parents or other caregivers of loved ones with autism may qualify for valuable tax benefits, which may be overlooked by some tax preparers

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Teaching Financial Independence The Building Blocks of Financial Literacy

Teaching financial literacy to teens and young adults is critically important regardless of whether they have a disability or not. Financial literacy is a complex behavior that is the cornerstone...

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Organizing Your Filing System

Organizing Your Filing System

How Do You Organize Your Filing System? Parenting Special Needs’ reader’s shared with us on Facebook how they organize their filing system: by year; by diagnosis; by provider; other? How...

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