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From mealtimes to vaccines and everything in between, this information will help you establish routines for the day to day needs of your child.

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Special considerations when buying toys for children with special needs.

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Establishing Services

Don't know where to start? Overwhelmed by all the acronyms? Learn how to navigate the system of care and tips on preparing for IEPs.

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Tools & Resources

A library of resources, reference links and easy to print guidelines for you to post on the fridge and share with others!

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Holiday Gift Guide by Bloggers of Children with Special Needs
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A fully furnished carry-along doll house that includes six dolls so you can start to play and create a little family straight away. Decorate and move the furniture wherever you like and have fun designing you own house. Some assembly required.

Blogger Niri Jaganath and her daughter with Autism love to role play with the characters in the doll house. “The fact that it is wooden and more natural is another important feature. The little characters are suitably sized to provide the sensory stimulation needed. My daughter loves to carry it around with her to comfort herself,” she said.

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Niri Jaganath, a mother of two and blogger at who writes about everything from parenting (including her daughter with Autism), to traveling and community service work. She practices using social media for social good at


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