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Special education resources for kids, teens, and young adults with special needs and their families
Special education resources for kids, teens, and young adults with special needs and their families
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Attention Special Needs Tutors!  Parents are desperately seeking your help for their kids, and we are the best and least expensive place for you to be found.  List with us -- very low rates ($200 for the year)  -- beautiful listings, and the opportunity to publish your resource articles at no cost on our sites high traffic listings.  Find out more here at: http://www.iser.com/listingform.html

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How to restrict your child -- in a reasonable way -- from spending too much time in front of our screens (computers, tv, ipad, ipod, and on and on: at:
http://www.iser.com/resources/screen-time.html

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If school is not looking scary for your teenager, and you want to keep him or her away from bad company, consider a program for at risk teens in your area, or (perhaps even better) far away from your area.  See good options at:
http://www.iser.com/at-risk-teens.html

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Learn how to advocate for your child with special needs, at:http://www.iser.com/advocacy-articles.html. 

Find the right school and learning resources for your child, teen, or young adult with special needs.  Now that school has begun, make sure your child's IEP fits his or her needs.  If your child's school program is not adequate and you are looking for a special needs program, here's the place to begin your search!
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