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I have always believed that knowledge is the key. And since having a child with disabilities.... I believe that stronger than ever!!! I read and research constantly to find out more and decided to start my bookstore with Amazon. I hope to help you to find some books that will help you or your family, or just for enjoyment. Also check in your local book store and public library! Thanks and have a wonderful day! To learn more about each book click on the title!


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I have added a toy page and hope that you will get some great ideas for things you can get for your little guys either here or at any toy store!! Extraordinary People With Disabilities

Children With Disabilities

Learning Disabilities : A to Z : A Parent's Complete Guide to Learning Disabilities from Preschool to Adulthood

Computer Resources for People With Disabilities : A Guide to Exploring Today's Assistive Technology

Adapting PCs for Disabilities

Guide to Health Care Coverage for the Child With a Chronic Illness or Disability

Critial Knowledge for Parents, Professionals, and other Caring Persons

Changed by a Child : Companion Notes for Parents of a Child With a Disability

Special Children, Challenged Parents : The Struggles and Rewards of Raising a Child With a Disability

Sisters, Brothers, and Disability : A Family Album

After the Tears : Parents Talk About Raising a Child With a Disability

From the Heart : On Being the Mother of a Child With Special Needs

Uncommon Fathers : Reflections on Raising a Child With a Disability

Books on Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy : A Complete Guide for Caregiving

Keys to Parenting a Child With Cerebral Palsy

Journey Out of Silence

Customer Comment:
A reader from Andover, MA , April 13, 1998 An interesting, down to earth autobiography of a man with CP William Rush is a journalist who was born with severe athetoid cerebral palsy and is unable to speak. This is an honest, down to earth account of his early life and struggle to attain his B.A. in journalism. It will be of great interest to anyone who cares about people with severe disabilities and should be required reading for professionals who work with this population.

Saddle Sore (Saddle Club, No 66))

Book Description:
The girls of the Saddle Club--Stevie Lake, Carole Hanson, and Lisa Atwood--and their friend Emily have headed West to the Bar None Dude Ranch. Emily has cerebral palsy. She's helping the ranch's owner make it accessible to riders with special needs. At the ranch, they meet a girl their own age--a former rider who has lost part of her leg in a motorbike accident. She doesn't plan to get on a horse ever again. In the meantime, the Saddle Club and Emily are riding so much, they're saddle sore! Is it possible to have too much of a good thing?

Books on Mental Retardation

Children With Mental Retardation : A Parents' Guide

Hope for the Families : New Directions for Parents of Persons With Retardation and Other Disabilities

Differences in Common : Straight Talk on Mental Retardation, Down Syndrome, and Your Life

Leslie's Story : A Book About a Girl With Mental Retardation

Books on Special Education

Complete Reading Disabilities Handbook : Ready-To-Use Techniques for Teaching Reading Disabled Students

You, Your Child, and 'Special' Education : A Guide to Making the System Work

Negotiating the Special Education Maze : A Guide for Parents & Teachers

Books on Autism

Activity Schedules for Children With Autism : Teaching Independent Behavior

Out of Silence : An Autistic Boy's Journey into Language and Communication

In a work of extraordinary luminosity, Russell Martin takes on the science of language, probing this most profound and complex of human traits in a spellbinding narrative about his once-outgoing nephew, Ian Drummond, trapped at a young age within a mute cage of wordlessness.

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