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Issue Number 15: Teaching & Therapy Resources for Homebound Families

Welcome to Issue number 15 of our special e-letter, “Teaching & Therapy Resources for Homebound Families”     (Did you miss our previous issues?| Read them HERE) Each week, this e-mailer features new resources, articles about this bizarre time we are living … Continue reading


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Language Reveals Children’s Pandemic Perspective

[Source:  Medical X-Press] Data from Oxford University Press in partnership with Storyathon, the largest story-writing event in Australia, have revealed the influence of COVID-19 on children’s vocabulary, interests and social awareness. More than 20,000 stories were submitted by Australian children … Continue reading


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Senate Urged To Pass COVID-19 Relief For Those With I/DD

[Source: Disability Scoop] As coronavirus cases across the nation rise again, advocates say federal efforts to address the unique needs of people with disabilities during the pandemic are needed as much as ever. The U.S. House of Representatives approved a $3 trillion … Continue reading


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Early Intervention Experts Worry The Pandemic Has Hurt Kids With Special Needs

[Source: Disability Scoop] When her son, Nathan DeKing, was 18 months old, Sarah Pollock took him to the pediatrician for a regular checkup. The doctor asked how many words her son could speak. Two or three, she replied. “He told … Continue reading


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Issue Number 14: Teaching & Therapy Resources for Homebound Families

Welcome to Issue number 14 of our special e-letter, “Teaching & Therapy Resources for Homebound Families”   (Did you miss our previous issues?| Read them HERE) Each week, this e-mailer features new resources, articles about this bizarre time we are living in, … Continue reading


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