New Cognitive therapy breakthrough for adults with Autism.
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Gerber baby has a new look and it is the adorable face of Lucas Warren.
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The Federal Government's efforts to have Texas comply with Special Education Policy.
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Grant and funding opportunities from the National Park and Recreation Association (NPRA).
A video on the societal barriers of parents with a disability.
The new stroke guidelines from the American Heart Association.
The latest technology to benefit people with tetraplegia.
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