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Helpful Links

About.com - Special Education
This website is for parents and professional looking for materials on special education from Early Intervention to inclusion of older children. Information includes advocacy, students rights, disorder specific and general, and educational options.
 
 
Exceptional Parent Magazine - Eparent.com
A good source of information on products, services, support and advocacy for children with special needs.
 
 
The Family Education Network Web Page
This page is dedicated to children's learning styles. Areas of interest include a newsletter search, info by ages, parental challenges, finance and software.
 
 
Idea Practices from the Council of Exceptional Children
It has the latest news about interpreting the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
 
 
Kidshealth
It has information about child development from premature infants to college. Communication, motor, feeding and other skills are broken down into age groups.
 
 
La Leche League International
The site has a special section addressing the special needs of breastfeeding premature infants.
 
 
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
Contains a great deal of information related to the education of children aged birth to eight.
 
 
National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC)
This is a good source of information about the issues of early intervention.
 
 
National Network for Child Care
This site contains interesting information about lots of early childhood topics. Go to the Site Map and look for Activities with Children, Child Development and Special Needs Children.
 
 
NICU-WEB
This site has everything you were afraid to ask about neonatal intensive care units.
 
 
Ohio's Family Support Collaborative
This is a group of grassroots advocates consisting of Ohio families who have children with disabilities.
 
 
Wrightslaw - Special Education Law & Advocacy
What the federal law says about special education, how it's monitored for compliance and how the states are doing.
 
 
Zero to Three
Contains a wide variety of information about hot topics for the birth to three set. Go to the Site Map to see all your options.
 

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