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Special Ed Corner: Great Holiday Gift Guide from Love That Max

Editor’s Note:  This guide is a couple years old, but contains and amazing array of ideas.    Please note that if you scroll all the way to the bottom you can see links to eight more of her guides with dozens more excellent gift ideas.

[Source: Love That Max]

Here you are, wondering what you can get your child with disabilities for the holidays that just might help him—and will enable him to have a whole lot of fun. Once again, I’ve put together a list of present picks recommended by parents and therapists for children, tweens and teens. You can click on the link or photo to buy. BRB, off to toss some fake snowballs around the house. (Keep reading!)

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