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The classic article by Emily Perl Kingsley about becoming the parent of a child with a disability. Read it. You'll be glad you did.

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Sammy's Science House -School Pack -Mac-Win CD Q0103-C: Sammy's Science House -School Pack -Mac-Win CD
Kids have so much fun, they don't even notice how much they learn!
WordWise Value Bundle, CD-ROM  for Mac-PC Q0110: WordWise Value Bundle, CD-ROM for Mac-PC
Teaches practical vocabulary!
BASIC Concepts CD-ROM for the Mac-Win Q0111: BASIC Concepts CD-ROM for the Mac-Win
Play with colours, numbers and more!
Looking for Words CD- Rom Mac-PC Compatible Q0112: Looking for Words CD- Rom Mac-PC Compatible
Where would you find a basketball or mailbox?
U Kan Du Switches Too  -  Eensy & Friends for Mac Q0113-A: U Kan Du Switches Too - Eensy & Friends for Mac
Kid-friendly switch-driven software!
U Kan Du Switches Too  - Forgetful & Friends for  PC-Mac Q0114-B: U Kan Du Switches Too - Forgetful & Friends for PC-Mac
Kids using switches help Forgetfu l Bear make his porridge.
Smart Alex - PC-Mac-Networkable Q0139: Smart Alex - PC-Mac-Networkable
Learn to interpret facial expressions - perfect for kids with autism or PDD!
Spot on Games - PC-Networkable Q0140: Spot on Games - PC-Networkable
Especially designed for children with special needs.
Touch Games 1 - Mac-PC-Networkable Q0141-A: Touch Games 1 - Mac-PC-Networkable
A perfect way to introduce the Touch Screen!
Touch Games 2 - Mac-PC-Networkable Q0141-B: Touch Games 2 - Mac-PC-Networkable
Even more games for the Touch Screen user.

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Take extra care handling kids with hypotonia!

Children with hypotonia (low muscle tone) often have loose ligiments supporting their joints. Extra care must be taken not to pull too hard on children's limbs. For example - If a child who can't stand independantly is pulled to stand by the hands, it is possible to dislocate a shoulder or elbow. Any tender, swollen, or protected joints in children with hypotonia should be seen by a doctor right away!

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