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Hiring a Live in Nanny For a Child With Special Needs

Parents who have children with special needs usually find it difficult to get a live in nanny who can fit right in to their child’s needs. A nanny has to learn about the child’s special needs and at the same time develop special skills in dealing with the child.

6 Ways That School Districts May Use Special Education Funds From ARRA Funds of 2009

Are you the parent of a child with autism receiving special education services? Are their services that your child needs but your school district is refusing to provide? Have you heard that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has extra money for special education services?

6 Things That Parents Need to Know About Special Education Resolution Meetings

This article will discuss 6 things that parents must know about special education due process resolution meetings. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires a resolution meeting between special education personnel and parents, if parents file for a due process hearing. Due process hearings are used to resolve disputes between parents and school districts. By knowing these 6 things you will be able to be an effective advocate for your child at a special education due process resolution meeting.

Where to Find a Baby Sitter For Your Child With Special Needs

Probably all parents will at one point or another want to find a baby sitter. This is especially more so if you’re a parent of a child with special needs, you may occasionally feel you need more time for yourself. In this case, you need to look for a baby sitter who is well versed, and well trained in caring for a child with special needs.

Key Considerations in Planning For the Special Needs of a Loved One

Family members caring for loved ones with special needs want to ensure that their child or sibling will remain financially secure even when they are no longer there to provide support and assistance. In many cases, expenses increase dramatically when care and guidance formerly provided by family members must instead be paid for through a professional caregiver or other service.

The Smart Parent’s Guide to Oppositional Defiant Disorder & Changing Behavior

It is not unusual for a child to be difficult and challenging at age two but when bad behavior persists, it can be a sign of oppositional defiant disorder. This condition is characterized by a persistent pattern of disruptive behavior, tantrums and an argumentative stance towards authority figures. Statistics show that one in ten children are suffering or have suffered from oppositional defiant disorder at least once in their lifetime.

5 Reasons Not to Give Consent For Special Education Personnel to Bill Your Private Insurance

This article will discuss parents of children receiving special education services, giving consent for their private insurance to be billed, for related services and testing. This article will discuss 5 reasons that parents should not give consent to school personnel; because it could be detrimental to their child.

5 Things That School Psychologists Need to Include in Special Education Evaluations

This article is for parents of children receiving special education services. This article will discuss 5 things that school psychologists should be putting in a child’s psychological report. By having these 5 areas covered your child’s report will be comprehensive and will help them benefit from their education.

School District Tactics Related to Behavior and Discipline in Special Education

This article will help parents of children with disabilities who receive special education services learn about common school district tactics, related to behavior and discipline. By understanding these tactics you will be able to stand up to special education personnel in an assertively persistent manner, for the benefit of your child.

Free Samples For Baby – Get the Products You Need For That Special Little One

Are you looking for free samples for your baby? Every mom and dad want to give their child the best. One way that you can do this for your baby is to use products that have been proven to be safe and effective.

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