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Remarkable Mom Advocates for Special Needs Education Support Hayley Gripp

Remarkable Mom Advocates for Special Needs Education Support Hayley Gripp https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/advocates-for-special-needs-education/

For the past 17 years, Raja Marhaba has been advocating for hundreds of special needs children in the education system. Raja founded The Jonathan Foundation when she learned both of her sons were special needs. She fought the school system for 10 years to get her sons the proper accommodations so they could succeed in […]

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Autism and the Benefits of Early Intervention

Autism and the Benefits of Early Intervention https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/autism-early-intervention-benefits

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), a rising percentage of the world population is being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As of 2014, an estimated 1 percent of the world population had an ASD, with the United States estimating 1 in 68 children or 3.5 million Americans living with ASD.   […]

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Special Interactive Program for Kids Encourages Social Skills

Special Interactive Program for Kids Encourages Social Skills

“You’re having twins!” Can you imagine the excitement? In 2001, Jared and Jason Zimmerman, were born to my amazing wife Tina and me.  Our first thoughts were we would need two of everything, that our families were going to be completely surprised, and of course, this could get expensive!  Needless to say, no matter how […]

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