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The following articles are for parents of special needs kids. The topics covered range from add and adhd, to anxiety / mood disorders and genetic disorders.

Special Needs Children Archives



Special Needs Children A to Z
ADD/ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Asperger Syndrome, Autism, Child Loss, Day-to-Day, Different, Downs Syndrome, Dyslexia, Illness, Learning Disabilities/Homeschooling, Sensory Integration Disorders

ADD/ADHD
ADHD and Food Allergies
ADHD and Iron Deficiency
Calming Tips for Hyperactive Children
Falling Asleep - An ADD Nightmare
The Importance of Having a Few Good Friends
Maximizing Your ADHD Child's Performance in School
Nature, An ADHD Natural Treatment
Parenting an ADHD Child: A Father's Perspective
The Role of Sugar in ADHD
Why Other Children are Rejecting Your Child
Your Child Has ADHD - Are You Helping or Hurting?

Anxiety Disorders*
Children and Anxiety Disorders
Children Who Suffer in Silence
*Note: over the years since many of these SN articles were posted, my views became more and more natural/alternative, especially regarding pharmaceuticals. I've also had personal experience with anxiety. In the year to come I plan on writing on this topic and will add an addendum below related, older articles.
Autism
Managing Tantrums in Autism Spectrum Disorders When Consistency Doesn't Work
Asperger Syndrome
Asperger Syndrome - Children and Tantrums
Child Loss
13 Diamonds
Day-to-Day
The Healing Power of Humor
Tips For Traveling With Special Needs Kids
Different
Being Different
God's Perfection: The Story of a Special Needs Child
Downs Syndrome
Have You Heard? A Mother's Discovery & Faith
Dyslexia
Dyslexia: Is the Shoe Perhaps on the Wrong Foot?
Illness
Helping Your Child Cope With A Long-Term Illness
I Wanna Go Home! When Your Child is in the Hospital
Learning Disabilities/Homeschooling
A Different Drum
Choosing Curriculum for Special Needs Homeschoolers
Four Cognitive Skills for Successful Learning
Learning Disabilities
Sensory Integration Disorders
Is Your Child Touch Sensitive?
Teaching Children with Sensory Motor Integration Deficits

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