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Max's medal from disabled children's charity after raising £900

Max Dilley has been involved with fundraising for Equipment for Disabled ... their summer holidays for a combined 30-mile walk around the Stream Close recreation ground. Mum Marcia said: “We raised £900 which we are over the moon with. The children ... read more

Life Lessons From Raising An Autistic Child (Part VIII)

But beyond that, there are certain significant advantages to raising a special needs child ... also means that everything – even public school-based special education programs – runs on a Jewish schedule. The school vacations are for Jewish holidays ... read more

Overseas adoptions rise -- for black American children

(CNN)-- Elisa van Meurs grew ... "We were getting some incredible families adopting -- just the best of the best. It was easy for the birth moms to fall in love with these couples." Children with special needs Following the decline in international ... read more

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Prendergast: Fund-raising begins after Waupoos Family Farm denied jobs grant

The Waupoos experience is about loving people, encouraging children ... and holiday stays throughout the school year. This means that the farm can serve up to 100 families annually. There are other opportunities to help. Each week during the summer months ... read more


Loving a Child on the Fringe

If you’d told me five years ago that I was soon to bear a disabled child ... at the heart of parent-child relationships. Why, he asks, in several hundred interviews with exceptional families, “do parents devote themselves to raising children who ... read more

Parents fined over term time holiday

Term time is the only time we can afford a holiday. If we didn't, my children would never get to go on holiday! Maybe it's the same for this family? Parents should set ... the national and local priority of raising the educational achievement and ... read more

To a Disabled Child

They were a major force behind laws requiring schools to allow disabled children into mainstream classrooms or to set up special programs for them. In raising their children ... a quarter of them cared for by a family member who is at least 60 years ... read more

Q&A: Ernie Johnson on family, faith, cancer and embracing the unscripted

and all the highs and lows of life in between later, Johnson took the time to speak with Yahoo Sports about his career, his faith, his experiences raising a child with special needs ... And that summer, I did my cycles of chemo. Ernie Johnson credits ... read more

Notes from a not-so-empty nester

Summer is ... the seismic family shift: "Get Your Heart and Mind Ready." "Loosen the Times That Bind." "How to Navigate What Comes Next." My autistic son, Mickey, has finished high school. In our state, a developmentally disabled child "exits" the school ... read more

Why does America treat its poor citizens like criminals?

Like 70 percent of people receiving SNAP benefits, I couldn't feed my family on that amount ... emulating my upbringing, or of raising my children in the comfort that I had growing up. My disability is invisible, which means I draw stares when I park ... read more



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