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1tvcv0nqovf2n Low Intensity Support Services (LISS)

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1tvcv0nqovf2n Mom Messages: Think beyond a single meal

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1tvcv0nqovf2n Congress Passes Mental Health Reform

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1tvcv0nqovf2n Love My Provider

Love My Provider

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1tvcv0nqovf2n How Children's Social Competence Impacts Their Well-Being in Adulthood

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1tvcv0nqovf2n Early Childhood Development

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Raising your Challenging Child

Raising your Challenging Child

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First grade

I have a hard time accepting that I am here now. This is farther than I thought we would be and also very far behind where I first dreamed I would be. Dayna will be starting first grade a week after next. She will be in a typical class room with a lot of support. It took a lot of fighting to get here.

My friends that I made at infants and toddlers social group are still connected. We still get together for lunch and to celebrate birthdays and holidays. We talk about IEPs and therapy's.…

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PBS: Nerotypical

If you missed last night the wonderful PBS film on Neurotypical, watch the full movie on the link provided bellow. Please share your comments!

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Ivymount Outreach is Growing! Introducing: Saturday Specials

Saturday Specials are fun classes and club opportunities for children with special needs ages 8-18. Saturday Specials provide engagement in activities that foster health and wellness, creativity, socialization and friendship. All Saturday Specials clubs are created, led and supported by experienced Ivymount Staff.

Opening weekend for Saturday Specials is September 7, 2013.

"Saturday programming at Ivymount gives my child an opportunity to learn new skills in a supportive…

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Summer Fun Deal

If you’re looking for a cool place to take your kids this summer, the Newseum is once again offering its Summer Fun Deal, in which up to 4 kids (age 7-18) get in free with one paid adult admission. Kids 6 and under are always free. For additional information and to purchase tickets, click on this link: Tickets

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Language Delays Research Study - Study of Toddler Language Development

Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health are seeking toddlers 12 or 18 months of age with language delays (i.e., no words at 18 months, limited vocalizations at 12 months) or typical development to participate in a study examining communication development. Most children with language delays do not develop autism. However, we hope this study will help inform us about the risk factors.

This study will involve both outpatient and inpatient (overnight) visits and will be…

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Adaptive Driving Equipment for People with Disabilities

Adaptive Driving Equipment for People with Disabilities

By Guest Blogger Nancy Carey, Writer for Examiner.com, Photographer for the Ms. Wheelchair America Program and Advocate



The open road calls to…

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The Center for Integrative Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center

The Center for Integrative Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center is dedicated to creating a healing environment in which patients have access to a medical doctors and variety of complementary and alternative therapies to promote healing and wellness.

The Center for Integrative Medicine at the George Washington University Medical Center

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The Child & Youth Special Needs Resource Locator

Visit The Resource Locator

The online database features information on over 800 resources, is accessible in over 50 languages, and offers user-friendly features including helpful search features, interactive maps and directions to each resource. It is also 508 compliant for…

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Tot Swap - Gaithersburg June 26-30

Tow Swap in Gaithersburg Tot Swap

Anyone is invited to shop!! You do not need to be a consignor or a volunteer. So tell your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers or anyone you know that shops for kids they love.

Get AMAZING BARGAINS, on maternity clothes, kids' clothes, shoes, books, toys, videos/DVDs,…

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