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  • 504 Education Plans for Parents


    If your child has special needs in the classroom, he or she may be eligible for a government-supported learning plan.

  • Autism Special Needs Checklist: Teens & Young Adults for Parents


    As your child moves toward adulthood, learn the tools you need to make the transition as smooth as possible. This 6-step checklist can help.

  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome for Parents


    If a woman drinks alcohol during her pregnancy, her baby could be born with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), which causes a wide range of physical, behavioral, and learning problems.

  • When Your Baby Has a Birth Defect for Parents


    If your child has a birth defect, you don't have to go it alone - many people and resources are available to help you.

  • Dyslexia for Kids


    Dyslexia is a problem that makes it difficult for a kid to read. With some help and a lot of hard work, a kid who has dyslexia can learn to read and spell.

  • Camps for Kids With Special Needs for Parents


    There are many camp choices for kids with special needs. From highly specialized camps to regular camps that accommodate kids with special needs, options abound.

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder for Parents


    Autism spectrum disorder affects a child's ability to communicate and learn. Early intervention and treatment can help kids improve skills and do their best.

  • Going to an Occupational Therapist for Kids


    Occupational therapy helps children overcome obstacles to be as independent as possible. Learn more about OT.

  • Gifted Education for Parents


    About 6% of all U.S. K-12 students are considered academically gifted. Here are some ways to tell the difference between bright students and gifted students.

  • Cerebral Palsy Checklist: Big Kids for Parents


    If you have a school-age child with cerebral palsy, there's a lot to know. This checklist makes it easy to find out what programs and services may be available to you.