The Sunday Paper for February 24, 2008

February 24, 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 thecoffeepaper1 The Sunday Paper for February 24, 2008 past week or two, relevant or uplifitng (or both), on various issues within the special needs community.

Gymnastics Classes Bring Learning, Fun To Those With Special Needs

Gymnastics and Exercise class for children age 3 to high school give children the opportunity to participate in classes the exercise their minds and their muscles.

Disability Awareness Week

Idaho State University organizes a week of events to build awareness and create better understanding of people on campus and within the community.

Families to hold toy swap for special-needs children

A group of parents wanting a setting to hold a toy exchange for families of special needs children may have a larger event than originally planned.

Madison County special needs students to participate in ‘Big Hearts’ Pageant
The Extra Special People organization hosts and pageant spotlighting the abilities of people with disabilities.

Homeland Security Funds Grant for Special Needs
A federal Homeland Security grant is making emergency planning for people with special needs possible in this county.

For teen star of ‘Breaking Bad’, real-life disability is no obstacle
RJ Mitte provides unique authenticity to the disabled character he plays on AMC’s edgy new series Breaking Bad (Sunday, 10ET/PT)

For some parents, the emotional strain is greater

Dr. Rachel Bryant discusses the stages of mourning in relation to parents of children with special needs.

A first for Noelle; Schools’ behavior specialist honored for her work
District behavior specialist Noelle Neault honored for her outstanding work with youngsters in the Hanover Public School District.

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