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Understanding Sibling Issues

Raising a child with a disability or chronic illness poses many challenges. Some of these challenges focus on the relationship between the siblings in the family. These crucial relationships are examined in this article.

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Butterfly Light And Music Puzzle - Replacement Blocks M0656: Butterfly Light And Music Puzzle - Replacement Blocks
Replacement blocks for M0655.
Sidelyer Toy M0663: Sidelyer Toy
Easy to reach from a side-lyer!
Tubular Vibrator - Universal M1002: Tubular Vibrator - Universal
Soothing vibration wherever you want it at the touch of a switch
Vibrating Pillow - Universal M1003: Vibrating Pillow - Universal
Ahhh! What a Soft, Wonderful Feeling!
Pouring Cup M1008: Pouring Cup
Teaches the laws of conservation!
Mini Bubble Blower M1014: Mini Bubble Blower
Everyone loves bubbles!
Bubble Blower - Switch Adapted M1016: Bubble Blower - Switch Adapted
Comes with Wireless Remote!
Graphics Mobile M1018: Graphics Mobile
Black and white mobile stimulates development!
Gelly Paint N Swirl M1019: Gelly Paint N Swirl
Spark the artistic imagination!
Lady Bug M1020: Lady Bug
Cuddly plush toy is switch adapted!

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Interpreting Facial Emotions

Many children (especially those with autism-like conditions) have difficulty interpreting facial expressions and understanding why people feel certain emotions. Moody Bear Puzzle, Emotion Cards, Smart Alex software all offers an opportunity to recognize expressions and hopefully talk about why the person might be happy or frightened. Try using them with a mirror and perhaps Polaroids of familiar people showing the same emotions. Eventually see if your child can make (and understand) the expressions, then take their pictures!

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