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This Crazy Quilt: Parenting Adult Special Needs One Day At A Time By Jill Edelman
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“Parenting Adult Special Needs” is a collection of daily blog posts chronicling our family’s process as our special needs daughter turned 21 and “aged out” of her school... More > system. It’s all here: our steps, missteps, failings, successes, emotional highs and lows, bureaucratic bumblings and staff saves. The posts that became this book were an outgrowth of my professional blogging as a couples psychotherapist and conversations with friends and colleagues. One, a journalist, proffered, “This is a story nobody is telling.” My hope is that by extending my hand to you and guiding you through the pages of our family’s journey, you will feel less alone; that perhaps something in the pattern of our footsteps will offer guidance in your family’s quest to find a safe and satisfying adulthood for your special needs child. With illustrations by our daughter and an extensive list of post-secondary and other resources for parents. “A must-read for parents of special needs children nearing adulthood.” – Kirkus Reviews< Less
Why Do You Need A Transition Portfolio? A Resource Guide For Parents And Caregivers Of Students And Young Adults With Developmental Disabilities By Dr. Teri Doolittle
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Do you have a teen or young adult with a developmental disability who has moderate to severe communication issues, but could benefit from job training or transition programs? Don't let them graduate... More > to the couch! Collect, organize and summarize the information that will be needed to get into job training, schools and special programs when the student leaves the school system at age 22. This guide highlights dozens of useful online resources, many of them free, to help parents and others plan for meaningful community participation after high school. This book also suggests ways to develop positive life experiences, and discusses proactive strategies to improve the systems that serve young adults with special needs.< Less
Parents Guide to the Internet By Jay LaBonte
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Every day an unsuspecting child meets a sexual predator in an Internet chat room and what may happen next is every parent's nightmare. With millions of children using the Internet with limited or no... More > adult supervision an unknowingly interacting with sexual predators, it is a very dangerous, and in many cases a deadly combination. Marilyn Mailman Segal, Ph.D., developmental psychologist specializing in early childhood development, and dean emeritus of the Family Center at Nova Southeastern University had this to say: "Jay LaBonte has done an outstanding job in writing 'Parents Guide to the Internet' to guide parents to help their child enjoy their computer without being victimized. This book gives parents the information they need to become just as savvy as their children." For more information visit http://www.jaylabonte.com/details/pgi001.htm < Less
Memoirs from Special Education By Benjamin Archambault
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After a deadly crash, high-school student Sam Appleton awakens to find everyone treating him as if he has a mental handicap. Even though he didn‘t really have brain damage, he follows along and... More > quickly finds himself in a frightening and appalling place: the world of a mentally handicapped individual. Sam makes friends -- some from his special education class and others from the general population. But his work to unite his classmates is met with significant resistance from students and some parents. Benjamin Archambault writes beautiful characters and keeps things relevant and entertaining with this important work about social justice. This book has been used in college classrooms and read in private collections. It is appropriate for high school aged children through adult.< Less
The A to Z Vacation Special Edition By Jana Lee
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The A to Z Vacation is a great activity book for travelers of all ages. Imagine places far, far away. In good times ~ and better times ~ join in their journey across the globe. Draw and color... More > pictures of what you might see and do. Help plan their next vacation, too! Find a list of common words (and write down a few of your own favorite words) in 'My Own Dictionary' included in this special edition. A delightful travel companion! Makes a great gift for all: Birthdays; Holidays; Get Well; Hospital Stays; and Adult Care Homes. Parents and Teachers alike agree this book is a unique tool (and quite helpful) in encouraging groups and individuals to participate in Writing; Language Arts; Reading; Art Classes; and Social Studies. Available in three formats: 8 1/2x11; 6x9; and as a Download. Need a Fund Raiser for your school, group or organization? Contact the author, Jana Lee at janaleebooks@gmail.com for information on a special Fund Raiser Edition. Happy trails!< Less
The A to Z Vacation Special Edition By Jana Lee
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The A to Z Vacation is a great activity book for travelers of all ages. Imagine places far, far away. In good times ~ and better times ~ join in their journey across the globe. Draw and color... More > pictures of what you might see and do. Help plan their next vacation, too! Find a list of common words (and write down a few of your own favorite words) in 'My Own Dictionary' included in this special edition. A delightful travel companion! Makes a great gift for all: Birthdays; Holidays; Get Well; Hospital Stays; and Adult Care Homes. Parents and Teachers alike agree this book is a unique tool (and quite helpful) in encouraging groups and individuals to participate in Writing; Language Arts; Reading; Art Classes; and Social Studies. Available in three formats: 8 1/2x11; 6x9; and as a Download. Need a Fund Raiser for your school, group or organization? Contact the author, Jana Lee at janaleebooks@gmail.com for information on a special Fund Raiser Edition. Happy trails!< Less
Our Parents, Ourselves: Health Care for an Aging Population By Dartmouth Atlas Working Group
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Using Medicare claims data, this report examines the demographics of older adults, including age, race, enrollment status, and other characteristics, to understand who are the older adults of today... More > in the U.S. It explores the care experienced by this population, looking at the number and types of care providers they see, along with the frequency with which they have contact with the health care system. It identifies areas in which patient-centered improvements are most needed for older patients, as well as recognizes areas in which those improvements are already under way. Finally, it notes the distinctive challenges and opportunities presented by special populations, including people with multiple chronic conditions and dementia.< Less
SONS and BROTHERS in SEATTLE (Special Extended Edition) By Wilson James
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Cameron Connors is a young father trying to deal with a mother who likes the idea of children, but otherwise appears not to like her own. Cameron has managed to get his own two young sons away from... More > his mother, but now he needs to rescue Brendan, his younger brother. As Cameron has learned over the years, his mother can be quite two-faced, and heaven help anyone who crosses Mrs. Rachael Connors. Cameron and his mother are currently in a state of cease-fire, but that could change dramatically based on what Cameron has planned for the next few weeks in order to challenge his parents for custody of Brendan. Will Cameron succeed in creating a new family of four, or will he lose? The stakes are high, and Cameron stands to lose custody of his own two sons if he is not careful. Follow the saga of Cameron as he struggles to do what he knows he must do, and what is right. This special edition includes bonus chapters from sequel.< Less
SONS and BROTHERS in SEATTLE (Special Extended Edition) By Wilson James
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Cameron Connors is a young father trying to deal with a mother who likes the idea of children, but otherwise appears not to like her own. Cameron has managed to get his own two young sons away from... More > his mother, but now he needs to rescue Brendan, his younger brother. As Cameron has learned over the years, his mother can be quite two-faced, and heaven help anyone who crosses Mrs. Rachael Connors. Cameron and his mother are currently in a state of cease-fire, but that could change dramatically based on what Cameron has planned for the next few weeks in order to challenge his parents for custody of Brendan. Will Cameron succeed in creating a new family of four, or will he lose? The stakes are high, and Cameron stands to lose custody of his own two sons if he is not careful. Follow the saga of Cameron as he struggles to do what he knows he must do, and what is right. This special edition includes bonus chapters from sequel.< Less
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