The Sunday Paper for January 13, 2008….

January 13, 2008 Kyron No Comments

….and a cup of coffee

Every Sunday I hope to offer you my version of the Sunday paper with articles from the past week or two, relevant or uplifitng (or both), on various issues within the special needs community. coffeepaper1 The Sunday Paper for January 13, 2008....

In China, Grass-Roots Groups Stretch Limits on Activism
and you feel challenged by your uphill battle to get appropriate services for your special needs child. It may not be perfect but God Bless America!

Woman’s calling helps adults with special needs
Lets hope other people feel the calling that Ms. de la Garza has. Adults with mental and physical disabilites hope to live close to this McAllen, TX facility.

Special-needs children need volunteers’ support
What an amazing proposal. A place where kids could learn how it felt to be differently abled. Still looking for grants and donations to make it a reality maybe this may touch your heart as it did mine.

Enterprising Parent Gets “Autism Stamp of Approval”
This woman found a business to help others who have children with autism when making learning products that worked for her autistic child. These products look fantastic for both autistic as well as any child who has communication disabilities.

Special needs kids learn to ride
People make reality of riding two wheeled bicycles a reality for disabled youngsters.

Pawtucket a model for special needs players
A hockey team in Pawtucket, RI that teaches disabled kids the joy of ice hockey. The hope is to bring the children up into the main league as they learn the necessary skills. The program was spearheaded by the dad of a child with Aspergers’s.

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