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Find answers to many varied questions you must be having while dealing with your special needs child....

What is autism?

Autism is a severely incapacitating lifelong developmental disability that typically appears in the first three years of life. It is the result of a neurological disorder....

When you realize that your child’s development is delayed or not progressing as compared to other kids of the same age, it can be overwhelming. But if parents, teachers, and other professionals discover a child's disability early and provide the right kind of support, the child's chance to develop positive skills needed to lead a successful and productive life is higher.

Cerebral palsy children can have a variety of problems, parents should know them and understand the problems so that they can provide better care for their children....

Vaccine-preventable diseases haven’t gone away. The viruses and bacteria that cause infectious illnesses and deaths still exist and can be passed on to people who are not immunized. For instance, adolescents who were vaccinated in early childhood, but whose immunity has waned, are common transmitters of infection to infants....

It is essential for all parents to understand the nature of teenage years as well as the psychological and physiological changes tens go through during their development I these tender years. This knowledge will help parents to see things in a new perspective and understand how to handle various situations....

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