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My Turn: Finding a Home Away From Home

Parents tend to have similar goals when it comes to supporting their child’s development—encouraging their desire to learn, giving them room to explore and finding plenty of opportunities to really let them be a kid. For families of a child or children with special needs or disabilities, including sensory sensitivities, …

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Disability Pride Month

These books celebrate diversity and encourage learning. Explore stories about kids with disabilities of all kinds for Disability Pride Month in July. Families will discover new perspectives, foster acceptance and support positive views of self with readers in every age group. Board Books “Can Bears Ski?” by Raymond Antrobus and …

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Autism-Friendly Resorts

Going on a family vacation is a great way to create lasting memories and have fun without the demands of everyday life. However, all parents know that planning a trip that works for everyone in the family is challenging. When a child has autism, there are some additional steps parents …

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Notre Dame Preparatory School’s 150th: Where a Gateway Opens

September 22, 1873  Opened school with 69 pupils. We were obliged to extend the vacation to this time, instead of the first Monday in September, as usual, because the building could not be sufficiently prepared before this date…As this new institution was considered quite the attractive novelty, there were constantly a great many …

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