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by Florence Stewart Poyadue,Jane Leora Young,Rud Turnbull,Ann Turnbull,Betsy Santelli

ePub The Parent to Parent Handbook: Connecting Families of Children With Special Needs download
Author:
Florence Stewart Poyadue,Jane Leora Young,Rud Turnbull,Ann Turnbull,Betsy Santelli
ISBN13:
978-1557664976
ISBN:
1557664978
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Publisher:
Paul H Brookes Pub Co; 1st edition (April 1, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Relationships
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1447 kb
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Your child with special needs deserves the best We are many things, being the parent to a child with special needs is part of our identity. But it shouldn’t be all of our identity.

Your child with special needs deserves the best. Innovative, cutting-edge technology to enhance your life. That entails asking friends or family to bring a meal by every now and then, or going for a pedicure, or a date night, or whatever else you enjoy doing. Whatever makes you feel special and taken care of, take the time to enjoy it, you are worth it! 3) You aren’t perfect-and that’s ok! No one is perfect. We are many things, being the parent to a child with special needs is part of our identity. When you focus all of your life, all of your contacts, all of yourself around your child and their needs, who you are can get lost.

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If you are a parent of a child with special needs, perhaps you have also felt lost and wished you knew someone in a similar situation you could turn to for support. If so, you're not alone. Across the country, parents are providing emotional and informational support to other parents through a national network of Parent to Parent programs. In this comprehensive book, the authors share with you the ins and outs of developing and maintaining a strong, local Parent to Parent program that individually matches "veteran" supporting parents with those who are new to the challenges of caring for a child with a disability. Drawing on research about Parent to Parent groups and best practices in program development and training, you'll get the basics of setting up your own program, including guidelines for finding, preparing, and matching supporting parents with newly referred parents, ideas for organizing and incorporating your program, and evaluating its effectiveness, tips on accessing funding and promoting your program throughout the community, and useful forms and extensive lists of contacts and resources to get you started .

No one should go it alone! With The Parent to Parent Handbook, you'll discover how to get (and give!) much-needed support and provide the best care for your child.