Looking for somewhere good to surf? Stop by this Site of the Day listing for a daily destination of interest to parents of children with special needs. Listed here are the sites or pages featured each day in January 2012. For more sites, visit the index.
December 2011 | February 2012
2. Too Creative Minds
Too Creative Minds is a West Saint Paul, Minnesota, organization that leads workshops designed "to enlighten Junior and Senior High students, teachers, school staff members, church youth leaders and families to have greater understanding of those with disabilities." | Read More About It
| Visit the Site
3. Torn Security Blanket
A document from MetLife, "The Torn Security Blanket: Children and Adults with Special Needs and the Planning Gap," offers statistics of interest to caregivers of children with special needs, along with advice about financial planning. | Download the Document
| More on Future Planning
The newest addition to the "Share Your Website"
page, ASAH is "a not-for-profit organization of private schools and agencies in New Jersey which provide highly specialized services to more than 11,000 infants, children and young adults with disabilities." | Read More About It
| Visit the Site
9. Harried Parent's Book Club
Looking for a book? Check my reviews to find the special-needs parenting resource you need. | Visit the Index
10. The Loud Hands Project
According to its fundraising page, "The Loud Hands Project is a transmedia publishing and creative effort by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network,
spearheaded by Julia Bascom.
Currently, we are raising money towards the creation of our first and foundational anthology (Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking
) and accompanying website. Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking
features submissions by Autistic authors speaking about neurodiversity, Autistic pride and culture, disability rights and resistance, and resilience (known collectively by the community as having loud hands)." Go to the project's Fundraising Page
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