January, 2016


Fireworks-Free Fourth of July at select Michigan state parks

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Jan. 25, 2016

Super Saturday Special - Feb. 6

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Achieving a Better Life Experience - ABLE Act Overview

Please note: The following has been cross-posted from the National Down Syndrome Society.

Adapted in TC: The Special Challenges of the Sight-Impaired

Several States Poised to Offer Savings Accounts for Disabled Americans

By PAM FESSLER  New laws in 35 states will allow more than 5 million Americans with disabilities to begin setting aside money for disability-related expenses without being penalized. Right now, many lose health and other public benefits if they save ...

'Not the only one': Little girl who lost arm adopts kitten with missing limb

By TERRI PETERS (TODAY parents)  Since their daughter Scarlette, 2, lost an arm to cancer as an infant, Simone and Matt Tipton have wanted to get her a pet with similar physical challenges. When the Trabuco Canyon, California couple heard ...

We're thinking about ADHD all wrong

BY ANYA KAMENETZ (npr Ed) Diagnoses of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are up around 30 percent compared with 20 years ago. These days, if a 2-year-old won't sit still for circle time in preschool, she's liable to be ...

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