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The Spirit of Inclusion – Embracing Special Needs Kids in the Classroom, by Jennifer VanBuren, Austin Family Magazine.  Originally published March 2011 in Austin Family Magazine.

The Spirit of Inclusion – Embracing Special Needs Kids in the Classroom, by Jennifer VanBuren, Austin Family Magazine. Originally published March 2011 in Austin Family Magazine.

Started by a NICU  Nurse~PeekabooICU.net was created to provide information to parents that have or have had a premature baby or a baby in the NICU and seek support from those who have been in a similar situation- as well as empowering parents with the knowledge necessary to make it through the tough times that come along with having a child in the NICU.

Peek-a-boo ICU - Supporting Babies in the NICU — Your window into the world of Neonatal Intensive Care. Supporting preemies and babies in the NICU.

Support for NICU Families! The Jan/Feb 2103 Hand to Hold e-newsletter - For the Love of Babies, Finding a Balance Between NICU and Home, {Professional Insight} Instant Tools to Help You De-Stress During Your NICU Stay, The Need for a Common Bond, NICU Dads Do Cry, {Featured Resource} Busy Breathers LLC. - For more like this visit www.handtohold.org

Hand to Hold April 2012 Newsletter - Feeding Your Baby and Nurturing Yourself

Great list of resources--activities, worksheets, lesson plans, suggested reading books and more--to help non-disabled children better understand their peers and classmates with disabilities and special needs.

resources to teach kids about disabilities awareness and inclusion

Disability facts Great list of resources--activities, worksheets, lesson plans, suggested reading books and more--to help non-disabled children better understand their peers and classmates with disabilities and special needs.

8 ways to make inclusion work for kids with special needs - Our school definitely needs to see these!  See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of SCI videos at SPINALpedia.com

8 ways to make inclusion work for kids with special needs

8 ways to make inclusion work for kids with special needs - Our school definitely needs to see these! See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of SCI videos at SPINALpedia.com

Great ideas for rainy day activities with your special needs kids. :)

April showers brings May flowers.and lots of days stuck inside! Here are some activities you can do with your loved ones when it is pouring outside.

Joshua - born at 26 weeks and 3 days weighing 2lb's!  Fab t-shirts for preemies at www.itsapreemiething.com

love this short , have to get one for michael for his nicu reunion

Inclusion compared to Integration, Segregation, Exclusion

Inclusion Resolution: 10 Ways To Include A Child With Special Needs In 2013 - PIN THIS NOW - Easy diagram to help someone understand what Inclusion really means, and easy ways to make it happen.

How routines help special needs kids thrive-Routines can help streamline your home, and keep your special needs child calm and focused. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Make routines routine

A human hand is host to millions of unseen, most noxious germs; both our hands are very much capable of attracting these germs since they are unseen by naked eye.

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