A community of families dedicated to early intervention in Montgomery County, MD
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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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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…Continue
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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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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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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 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.
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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…Continue
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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,…Continue
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The Developmental Disabilities Administration has announce the funding for Low Intensity Support Services (LISS will be available on July 1, 2013. LISS funds are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, so it is very important to get your application in on July 1st ( but not before – it will be returned) or as soon after July 1st as possible.
Informational Sessions for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Join our experts for free informational training sessions focused on parent advocacy and inclusion of children with developmental disabilities. Sessions cover topics of concern for early childhood and school-aged children.
The training is sponsored by The Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities (MCDD). MCDD is one of a national network of University Centers for Excellence (UCEDD)…Continue
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The Maryland Infants and Toddlers Program of the Maryland State Department of Education is proposing revisions to the Annual State Application under Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The proposed revisions include:
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Hello! My name is Meredith Dixon and I’m going to be contributing blog posts this fall. I am a pediatric resident at Georgetown University Hospital, and I work with…Continue
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We receive many inquiries from parents wondering about how to find the right health professional (dentist, pediatrician, optometrist, hair stylist, etc). While we can not endorse any health professionals, we encourage families to share with each other recommendations, tips and referrals. As a result, over time, we have created a "family picks list" from the recommendations that…Continue
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Energetic volunteers are needed for fun with toddlers! Following the success of four groups this spring, more DREAM Team sessions are being planned for May and June 2011. We have so many kids who want to participate! Having enough volunteers is vital for the Montgomery County Infants and Toddlers Program being able to offer the program to families. The DREAM Team athletes are between ages 2-5 and are learning pre-sports skills and…Continue
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Do you have a child who is struggling with challenging behaviors? Would you like to learn some strategies to address these behaviors in a positive, constructive way? In May, The Infants and Toddlers Program is offering a 4-part family training series on positive strategies to prevent challenging behaviors in children birth to five years of age. This training series is based on materials and interventions…Continue
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