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Showing How To Advocate For Your Child: Parenting A Special Needs Child 15

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com These helpful tips are intended to help another parent have a successful experience when advocating for ones child.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child

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Advocating For Your Own Child: Parenting A Special Needs Child 14

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com As parents, we can help to smooth over upsets with friends, and clarify to the parents of the other children when things get really entangled.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child

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Start The Day Off Together In Bed: Parenting A Special Needs Child 21

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com Help the special needs child start the day off calmly by having an early morning talk in bed. This sets the atmosphere for the rest of the day by beginning with peaceful talks.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child

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Nurturing Others Help Children With Special Needs: Parenting A Special Needs Child 18

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com See how Deena develops her strengths by giving to others, especially babies. We all need something to be proud of in ourselves; something that makes us stand out as special and talented. One of Deenas gifts seems to be helping others, especially babies and the elderly. So I make every effort to keep her in contact with a few babies on a weekly basis so that she can feel helpful and responsible.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com Homework can mostly be a tedious drag, especially for a child with special needs. One way to liven it up is by singing, especially if the child has lost interest in the project. Don’t think Mom is disturbing as this is just her attempt to help and make a spelling test more fun.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com Swinging backwards and forwards on a swing is almost like free therapy. It is so calming, especially in the quiet of a garden. I really recommend it for special needs children who need help in un-winding from a demanding day.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child

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Preventing Acting Out: Parenting A Special Needs Child 29

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http://parentingaspecialneedschild.com If a parent can talk to the child about their emotions, that can prevent a meltdown from occurring.

Some of the things we do here might be relevant for parents of children with these challenges:
– Learning disabilities
– Behavioral challenges
– ADD and ADHD
– Out of control kids
– Fetal alcohol syndrome
– Adopted child