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Tips for Seating and Positioning

via Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Behavioral Disabilities For people with intellectual disabilities who also are at risk for or have significant physical disabilities, customized wheelchair seating is often necessary. This may include custom components such as headrests, laptrays, footrests or power... Continue Reading 

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10 Things Parents Of ‘Normal’ Kids Should Know

via Huffington Post #7. If we are late or miss an event, it’s not because we are unorganized or we don’t respect you. It’s probably because there was a screaming fit or an anxiety attack and we couldn’t get our kid to... Continue Reading 

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Caring for a Person Who Has Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities:

This article from familydoctor.org helps caregivers to understand their role and responsibilities, as well as when to reach out for professional assistance. Read: http://bit.ly/2pQcb7w

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