In This Issue . . .
July 20, 2010
It's time to relax, recharge, and ratchet down your stress level. Raising a child with special educational needs can be overwhelming. If you are not careful, special education can consume your life.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, we encourage you to take a break, spend time with friends and family, relax and recharge your batteries.
Please don't hesitate to forward this issue to friends, families, or colleagues.
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Lighten Up and Laugh!
Before you read this article, you should be warned.
If you are one of those humor-challenged individuals who believe THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, we urge you to stop reading now, and go back to biting your nails down to your elbow.
Parent Attorney Aimee Gilman will make you laugh and help you put things in perspective in The Lighter Side of Special Education: Parents and Kids.
More stories in The Lighter Side.
||Enjoy Reading to Your Child Every Day
What can parents do to help combat summer reading loss and the physical inactivity that often occurs during the summer break?
Find out here. Let's Read, Let's Move!
Does your child's doctor participate in Reach Out and Read, a program to distribute thousands of books to children? When pediatricians give books to children, they also provide parents with age-appropriate reading tips and advice about reading aloud to your child.
Find Doctor recommended books for early childhood and Reading Tips.