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BOOKS

Grief

  • A Decembered Grief: Living with Loss While Others Are Celebrating
    By Harold Ivan Smith, Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City

  • When the Bough Breaks
    by Judith Bernstein

    • Website: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0836252829/qid=1055618237/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/103-8533687-5715851?
    • From the Publisher: Speaking from the dual perspectives of bereaved parent and psychologist, Judith Bernstein presents a breakthrough concept of mourning, documenting the process from initial grief to an altered outlook on life. Excerpts from interviews with 50 parents who lost a child, from five to 45, trace the road from devastation to healing, resulting in a work that is a tribute to resilience and the indomitable human spirit.

Books for Encouragement

  • A Kinder Way of Dying
    By Denise Richardson

    • Website: www.AKinderWayOfDying.com
    • Despite having Down Syndrome and Autism, Sarah Richardson was a skillful communicator using only gestures and signs. When diagnosed with a rare and fast growing cancer, Sarah’s inability to speak on her own behalf became my job. Using her quirky sense of humor, stubbornness and determination, Sarah become an inspiration to those who met her. This is the story of my daughter’s courageous battle.
  • A Story of Faith
    By Rosie Moore

    • Website: www.amazon.com/Story-Faith-Mrs-Rosie-Moore/dp/1468134809
    • Rosie is a dedicated Bridal Consultant with the Association of Bridal Consultants (ABC). She takes a great pleasure in telling a happy couple’s unique story through their wedding ceremony and reception. This book talks about the events preceding the miraculous birth of her son Kaleb. Barely 1 pound, 10 ounces at birth, Kaleb is a LIVING MIRACLE from God. The story included a community blessing to fulfill someone’s dream that you wouldn’t think was possible. You will enjoy this short story built on prayer, God’s intervention, and the wonderful gift of faith given to people of ordinary means. How God intervenes in a person’s life and how our current troubles may be a hidden blessing in your life, coming directly from the master planner.
  • Amazing Gifts: Stories of Faith, Disability, and Inclusion
    (includes Nathaniel’s Hope story)
    by Mark I. Pinsky

    • Website: www.amazon.com/Amazing-Gifts-Stories-Disability-Inclusion/dp/1566994217
    • From the Publisher: Amazing Gifts: Stories of Faith, Disability, and Inclusion is a new publication by noted religion writer Mark I. Pinsky. Pinsky has gathered stories from churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples across the country, “stories of people with disabilities and the congregations where they have found welcome.” He has taken special care to include the widest range of disabilities, including non-apparent disabilities like lupus, chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, depression, and mental illness. There were 54 million American with disabilities as of 2000, and that number is now being swelled by wounded warriors from the Afghan and Iraq wars and an aging population.
    • The author emphasizes that his purpose is to not to write a resource manual on accessibility and inclusion. Rather, Pinsky seeks to share stories of how people with disabilities have experienced their faith in the context of their disability, and how congregations have gained when they value the gifts that people with disabilities bring along. “This book,” notes the author, “is for congregational leaders and others who may have no expertise or personal experience with disability, but who make the congregational decisions about accessibility and inclusion.”
  • Autism Is A Blessing
    by Patty Myers, A True Story of Hope and Faith

    • Location: 6970 Mapperton Dr, Windermere, FL 34786
    • Phone: 407-877-1508
    • Email: autismblessings@aol.com
    • Website: www.autismblessing.com
    • A True Story of Hope and Faith, this book will be a great resource for someone who is just learning of the diagnosis of autism or other special needs issues. It also gives hope for your journey. Read Patty’s book, visit her website, read and experience her journey and Charlie’s remarkable story.
  • Different Dream Parenting
    By Jolene Philo

    • Website: www.differentdream.com
    • Raising a Special Needs Child not only requires patience, but also the assistance of others. In the book Different Dream Parenting, Jolene Philo shares from her own experiences, offering hope to families of special needs children. Find practical help, extensive advice about resources, and encouraging spiritual guidance.
  • Freedom of the Heart: A Journey Back to Innocence through the Eyes of a Young Adult with Down Syndrome
    By Ana Agostini

      Freedom of the Heart by Ana Agostini & Gabriel Hernandez
    • Website: http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-Heart-Journey-Innocence-Syndrome/dp/1449771076/ref=tmm_pap_title_0
    • From the website: A young adult with Down syndrome reaches a turning point at the age of twenty-one. He faces challenging and unexpected life events and changes that place him on a vulnerable state of chaos, depression, and withdrawal from life. Several venues of self-discovery, emotional healing techniques, medical supervision, and spiritual bliss take him to that place of serenity where he used to be. With the unconditional love, and support from his mother, sister, family, and friends, Gaby started to express his journey back to that place of innocence and inner serenity by giving credit to his deliverer, Jesus.
    • Ana is a Buddy Break volunteer and let Nathaniel’s Hope know that $1 per sale is donated to a non-profit for the homeless.
  • Helping Kids Include Kids with Disabilities
    by Barbara J. Newman

    • Website: http://www.faithaliveresources.org/Products/116010/helping-kids-include-kids-with-disabilities.aspx
      ISBN: 9781562127770
      From the Publisher: Children with special needs are part of God’s family. This book gives you practical tips for helping students welcome kids who have disabilities into their classes at Church or school.Chapters address specific conditions such as autism, visual and hearing impairments, emotional impairments, learning disabilities, language disorders, AD/HD, and much more. Also included are guidelines for churches, sample lesson plans, and devotions for families.
  • Helping Kids Through Tough Times
    by Doris E. Sanford, Graci Evans (Illustrator)

  • Hugs from Heaven: The Christmas Story
    (includes Nathaniel’s Hope story)
    by G. A. Myers, with personalized scriptures by LeAnn Weiss

    • Website: http://books.google.com/books/about/Hugs_from_Heaven.html?id=px9-0ijW1_4C
    • From the Website: The Hugs from Heaven series takes a fresh look at some oft-told Bible stories to reveal God’s intimate interaction with men and women. Biblical accounts unfold as they are retold in fascinating narratives, and poignant sayings and inspirational messages warm the heart. Embraced by the Savior will make you feel as if you were one of the beloved people touched by Jesus. While reading On Angel Wings, you’ll have a real sense of what it must have been like to meet an angel face to face with a message of hope from heaven just for you. The Christmas Story brings the characters and scenes of the greatest story of all to life right before your eyes. And now, in Celebrating Friendship, you will see that no one understands friendship better than God. Finally, A Woman’s Faith shares inspiring stories of faithful women whose lives were touched by heaven. Whether you pick up these beautiful, two-color books for yourself or someone you love, they are sure to impart the warmth of a heavenly hug.
  • Sometimes Miracles Hide
    by Bruce Carroll, Howard Publishing Co.

    • Website: http://www.amazon.com/Sometimes-Miracles-Hide-Bruce-Carroll/dp/158229335X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1309450953&sr=1-1
    • From the Publisher: This tremendously touching book is inspired by the stirring letters Bruce Carroll received from those who were impacted by his song “Sometimes Miracles Hide.” In these deeply moving letters of poured-out hearts and portraits of faith, you will see how God took what was first perceived as bleak news and circumstances and turned it into a miracle of discovery and devotion. Along with letters from people who discovered the “hidden miracles” of the Great Miracle Maker, you will be touched and encouraged by “victory stories” of special children and their families, beautiful Scripture prayers, and inspirational messages. Includes CD.
  • Special Needs – Special Ministry
    Various Contributors

    • Phone: 800-447-1070
    • Email: info@group.com
    • Website: www.grouppublishing.com/prodinfo.asp?prodid=3761
    • ISBN: 9780764425479
    • From the Publisher:“Special Needs – Special Ministry” inspires and blueprints the creation and nurturing of a special needs ministry; it is a practical, real-world guide to help you reach out to everyone! In a warm and friendly way this complete step-by-step guide helps you think through the strategy, scope, and purpose of your special needs ministry.You’ll be prepared to build, launch, expand, or deepen your special needs ministry with:
      - Stories of the successes and failures of Churches with special needs programs
      - Ideas to build awareness about the special needs ministry in your Church
      - Step by step plans to launch or further develop a special needs ministry and think through the staffing, space, budget, and leadership implications of hosting a special needs ministry.
      - Ways to partner with local agencies
      - Insight from Pat Verbal, Louise Tucker Jones and more!
      - Four pulpit-tested sermon outlines from Dr. Jim Pierson to raise awareness of special needs in your Church
      - Ten ready-to-copy inserts or fliers that will help Church members discover how people with special needs serve the Church and impact our world.
  • Unwrapping His Presence
    (includes Nathaniel’s Hope story)
    by Chris Maxwell

    • Website: http://chrismaxwellweb.com/books/unwrapping-his-presence
    • From the Website: Chris Maxwell’s poetic gift of “reproducing a world in a word” has never been more obvious than in his latest book, Unwrapping His Presence: What We Really Need for Christmas. Chris eloquently relates Christmas in three basic truths: God came; God came in an unexpected way; God came in an unexpected moment. Unwrapping His Presence reminds us that as it was then, so it is now! In the diverse, often unhappy circumstances of a frenzied and frustrating Christmas, the glorious gift of God’s Presence can be unwrapped in unexpected ways at unexpected moments.
  • Welcome to Holland
    Essay

    • Website: www.creativeparents.com
    • I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have not shared that unique experience to understand it, to imagine how it would feel. It’s like this…
    • When you’re going to have a baby, it’s like planning a fabulous vacation trip – to Italy. You buy a bunch of guide books and make your wonderful plans. The Coliseum. The Michelangelo David. The gondolas in Venice. You may learn some handy phrases in Italian. It’s all very exciting.
    • After months of eager anticipation, the day finally arrives. You pack your bags and off you go. Several hours later, the plane lands. The stewardess comes in and says, “Welcome to Holland.” “Holland?!?” you say. “What do you mean Holland?? I signed up for Italy! I’m supposed to be in Italy. All my life I’ve dreamed of going to Italy.”
    • But there’s been a change in the flight plan. They’ve landed in Holland and there you must stay. The important thing is that they haven’t taken you to a horrible, disgusting, filthy place, full of pestilence, famine and disease. It’s just a different place.
    • So you must go out and buy new guide books. And you must learn a whole new language. And you will meet a whole new group of people you would never have met. It’s just a different place. It’s slower-paced than Italy, less flashy than Italy. But after you’ve been there for a while and you catch your breath, you look around…. and you begin to notice that Holland has windmills… and Holland has tulips. Holland even has Rembrandts.
    • But everyone you know is busy coming and going from Italy… and they’re all bragging about what a wonderful time they had there. And for the rest of your life, you will say “Yes, that’s where I was supposed to go. That’s what I had planned.” And the pain of that will never, ever, ever, ever go away… because the loss of that dream is a very very significant loss.
    • But… if you spend your life mourning the fact that you didn’t get to Italy, you may never be free to enjoy the very special, the very lovely things … about Holland.

Special Needs Ministry

Family

  • ASD to Z
    by Laurel Hoekman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • ASD to Z…Basic Information, Support, and Hope for Individuals Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This booklet is a great introduction to the topic of Autism Spectrum Disorders. It’s an inexpensive resource to give to a parent, grandparent, volunteer, or others interested in some basic information.
  • The Bible Box
    An interactive tool for teaching the Gospel

    • Website: http://www.bibleboxonline.com/
    • The wood Bible Box with 15 molded figures is an incredible Christian education tool to help present key Bible stories, the Gospel and sermon illustrations, teach Sunday School lessons and the developmentally disabled plus equip Christian missions and youth ministries. These Christian symbols powerfully represent a Biblical concept in a unique and effective way. Great for all ages!
  • Body Building – Devotions to Celebrate Inclusive Community
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Appropriate for the family dinner table, personal devotions, Christian school classroom devotions, and church groups, this book features 6 weeks of 7 devotionals. Each devotion highlights a passage of Scripture as well as a story from an inclusive Christian school or church. The devotion book also offers opportunities for those reading to submit a story from their own community to CLC Network for possible publication on the website or in a future book.
  • Helping Kids Include Kids with Disabilities
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Information is critical when including children with disabilities in a peer group. This book supplies tools for teachers, peers, and parents of peers by giving basic information for educators concerning specific disabilities, lesson plans for teaching peers about those areas of disability, and sample letters that can be adapted to send home to parents of peers.
  • Kids in the Syndrome Mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger’s, Tourette’s, Bipolar, and More!
    by Martin L. Kutscher MD

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • A heart-gladdening investigation into the world of adolescents caught in the syndrome mix, and how to identify symptoms, understand the causes and embark on treatments for each condition.
  • Parents of Children with Disabilities
    by Press Barnhill, D.B.A. & Gena P. Barnhill, Ph.D.

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • “As a parent of a child with a disability, I find this book to be an immensely valuable resource. The Barnhills offer practical help for navigating the emotional and relational pitfalls common to those in our situation. Their advice is concrete, realistic, and encouraging.”
  • Reaching For a New Potential: A Life Guide for Adults with ADD From a Fellow Traveler
    by Oren Mason M.D.

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • “Dr. Mason combines his own experience living with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) with the most recent evidence for effective treatment for both himself and other family members. “The treatment of ADD has changed my life and my families as well. If ADD has brought you discouragement, I invite you to begin again, to reach for and discover your new, full potential.” Oren Mason M.D. If you or anyone you know and care for is wondering about ADD, or already knows they are living with ADD, this book is the place to begin.
  • Your Feet, My Shoes
    by Sarah Bolt

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This resource describes a powerful way to allow children in grades 1-8 a chance to take a walk in the shoes of someone else. Not only will each child get a chance to experience a variety of disability areas, they will also have a chance to process how we can best treat one another as Christians. This material is appropriate for school, church, and home settings.

School Ministry

  • Any Questions – A Guidebook for Inclusive Education
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • As CLC Network has partnered with many Christian School Communities since 1989 to promote and build inclusive community for those with moderate to significant levels of disability, we have also had many visitors to these schools. This book lists our answers to the most frequently asked questions from these visitors. The book contains many helpful topics such as planning individual goals, the biblical support for inclusive community, circle of friends, and much more. There are also several helpful lessons and forms. This book is written by Barbara J. Newman, inclusion specialist, and would be helpful for schools looking to begin an inclusion program as well as for schools implementing inclusion and wanting a resource for new staff and board members as well as parents and community members inquiring about the program.
  • Be Good to Eddie Lee
    by Virginia Fleming

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This book is an excellent tool to begin discussions with children in grades Preschool-6 about forming friendships with a child with a disability. Before you begin reading this book, tell the children gathered, “When we are done, I’m going to ask you which person in the story knew how to be the best friend.” You will have a great discussion and open the doors to talk about the way in which you want children to treat one another in your setting.
  • Circle of Friends Manual
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Some children benefit from an organized friendship network as well as an arena for practicing social skills. The Circle of Friends Manual gives directions and activities for setting up and maintaining circles in elementary, middle school, and high school settings.
  • Helping Kids Include Kids with Disabilities
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Information is critical when including children with disabilities in a peer group. This book supplies tools for teachers, peers, and parents of peers by giving basic information for educators concerning specific disabilities, lesson plans for teaching peers about those areas of disability, and sample letters that can be adapted to send home to parents of peers.
  • How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed Ability Classrooms
    by Carol A. Tomlinson

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Teachers can draw on the book’s practical examples as they begin to differentiate instruction in their own classroom. Strategies include curriculum compacting, “sidebar” investigations, entry points, graphic organizers, contracts, and portfolios.
  • Inclusion Tool Kit
    Produced by CLC Network

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This kit contains sample items that can help support the needs of those who may struggle with reading, writing, and paying attention. The tools included in this kit allow you to try the items and then decide if you wish to order larger quantities from the companies that make the items. Instructions for using the items and websites for placing orders are included in the kit.
  • Multiple Intelligences in the classroom
    by Thomas Amstrong

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • “To respect the many differences between people” is the purpose Multiple Intelligences theory Howard Gardner originally came forth with his theory which holds that the human mind is composed of eight different and succinct intelligences. This edition is a practical guide for educators on how to use this in the differentiated classroom.
  • Rethinking Homework
    by Catty Vatterott

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This book examines the role homework has played in the culture of schooling over the years, providing us with research data as well as educators’ common sense that tells us about the effects of homework, both positive and negative, on student learning.
  • RTI: A Practitioner’s Guide to Implementing Response to Intervention
    by Daryl F. Mellard and Evelyn Johnson

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This book is an invaluable resource that helps administrators and teachers increase the likelihood of success for students at risk, meet the requirements of MCLB, Reading First, and the reauthorization of IDEA 2004.
  • RTI – The Classroom Connection for Literacy
    by Karen A. Kemp and Mary Ann Eaton

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Based upon the five main precepts of literacy development, this book provides you with a wealth of information about the process of reading and intervention that can be used to assist children in their journey towards literacy.
  • School Welcome Story
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Some children need a chance to visit their new classroom before school starts. They need to know the routine, names of teachers, where and how to line up, what to do with a backpack, and many more details. While actually visiting the new room can be helpful, this story allows you to write a personalized description of the new classroom and then gives the child a chance to practice it many times by reading about the new room. This technique is helpful for younger children as well as children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and those with limited language skills. After purchasing the School Welcome Story, the material is completely available on the website for your continued use and individualization.
  • The Teacher’s Toolbox for Differentiating Instruction – 700 Strategies, Tips, Tools and Techniques
    by Linda Tilton

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • The author and her colleagues have used all 700 strategies successfully with their own students. Every idea suggested in this volume comes from real classroom experiences and was shown to work in the general education setting.
  • Teaching with the Brain in Mind
    by Eric Jensen

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Jensen explains in easy to understand terms what recent technology has taught us ab out how the brain learns. He does an especially good job of taking this information and finding ways of applying it in the classroom. This book is a must read for every classroom teacher.
    • The author and her colleagues have used all 700 strategies successfully with their own students. Every idea suggested in this volume comes from real classroom experiences and was shown to work in the general education setting.

Church Ministry

  • Autism and Alleluias
    by Kathleen Deyer Bolduc

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • What role does faith play in helping families cope with the challenges of autism? In this series of slice-of-life vignettes, God’s grace glimmers through as a shining light at the end of a very long tunnel.
  • Autism and Your Church- Nurturing the Spiritual Growth of People with Autism Spectrum
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This book relates the basics about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as giving very practical ideas about how to welcome individuals with ASD and best accommodate for differences in worship services, children’s small groups and adult small groups.According to new numbers released in the area of autism, one out of every 150 people falls somewhere on the Autism Spectrum. Author Barbara Newman feels that with those numbers, it’s clear that most church communities need this information. “It’s my prayer that God will use this resource to better equip church communities to include and welcome persons with ASD.”A DVD is also available and is an excellent resource for your church, school, or personal library.
  • Church Welcome Story
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Sometimes a child in a church setting benefits from having information in advance about rooms, schedules, and people. By using this informational story, you can create a personalized story to send to the child prior to the beginning of Sunday School, afternoon church clubs, and other events. Purchasing one book opens the door to multiple uses through the CLC Network website. Don’t miss out on this easy-to-use tool which has made a huge difference for children on the Autism Spectrum, children with limited language abilities, and those needing more predictability.
  • The Easter Book
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • Desiring to make the salvation message accessible to those with Cognitive Impairments and Autism Spectrum Disorders, Barbara J. Newman has written this book as part of the Friendship Ministries curriculum. While the materials are used as part of Friendship group meetings, these lessons and activities can also be used as part of many other home, school, and church environments.
  • G.L.U.E. Training Manual
    by Barbara Newman

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • The G.L.U.E. Training Manual covers the G.L.U.E. process and includes the tools and resources to assist a church in discovering how people with disabilities can be included in these communities.The G.L.U.E. Training Manual contains everything a church needs to complete the process on their own.
  • Including People with Disabilities in Faith Communities
    by Erik Carter

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This is an excellent and well-rounded resource for any church as they seek to include people with disabilities. The ideas are completely consistent with the vision of CLC Network’s Church Services Division.
  • Inclusion Awareness Kit
    by Erik Carter

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This kit contains a lesson plan and the needed supplies to allow children and adults to see each individual as an important and gifted piece of “God’s body puzzle.” The lesson plan lets you target any age group and offers an appealing final display. The plan also suggests ways in which you can allow group members to better understand the gifts and needs of an individual with a disability.This Kit contains the puzzle pieces, activity labels, and display items for a group of 20 people.
  • Leading A Special Needs Ministry: A Practical Guide to Including Children and Loving Families
    By Amy Fenton Lee

      Leading a Special Needs Ministry by Amy Fenton Lee

    • Website: http://secure.rethinkgroup.org/store4/product.php?productid=1653
    • This books serves as a practical “how-to” handbook for the family ministry team working to welcome one or 100 children with special needs. Easily referenced guidance is offered for expressing care for parents who are learning that their child has a diagnosis all the way to developing programs, policies and education for volunteers working with children with disabilities. Example ministry documents are provided throughout this resource guide.
  • Resourcewell.org
    Developed by Northland Church in Longwood, FL

  • Special Needs Smart Pages
    by Joni Eareckson Tada

    • Website: http://clcnetwork.org/clc-store
    • This book is packed with resources for churches seeking to include children with disabilities. Each page is dedicated to a different topic such as describing different disability areas or suggesting materials, forms, or processes to use for inclusion. Topics range from tips for leading worship with children who have disabilities to understanding how to communicate with someone who is non-verbal to supporting grandparents of those with special needs. This is definitely a goldmine of ideas.

Novels

MAGAZINES

  • Ability Magazine
    Magazine for the Special Need Community and their families

    • Location: PO box 10878, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    • Phone: 949-854-8700
    • Fax: 949-548-5966
    • Website: http://www.abilitymagazine.com
    • Ability Magazine is a leading magazine covering Health, Disability and Human Potential. For nearly 20 years, our mission has been to provide new insights into our individual levels of ability.
  • Bright Feats
    Free Resource Guide for the Special Needs Community

    • Location: PO Box 161602, Altamonte Springs, FL 32716-1602
    • Phone: 407-461-4847
    • Email: Allie@Brightfeats.com
    • Website: http://www.BrightFeats.com
    • Bright Feats directory is a list of medical providers and commercial businesses that is helpful to families with children of ranging abilities. We bring to this directory our own expertise as a nurse and a teacher who are both parents of special needs children. Bright Feats is a full color publication distributed quarterly.
  • EP- Exceptional Parent Magazine
    Information as Tools for Positive Change for the Special Needs Community

    • Subscription Customer Service and New Orders
    • Location: 416 Main Street, Johnstown, PA 15901
    • Phone: (814) 361-3860 or (800) 372-7368
    • Fax: (814) 361-3861
    • Email: WSheehan@eparent.com
    • Website: http://www.eparent.com
    • EP provides practical advice and the most up-to-date educational information for families of children and adults with disabilities and special healthcare needs as well as to the physicians, allied health care professionals, and educational professionals who are involved in their care and development.
  • Florida Crossroads Magazine
    Magazine for the Special Need Community and their families

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