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Teacher Resources: Services to children with disabilities
Child care and the ADA : a handbook for inclusive programs  Victoria Youcha Rab
Let me hear your voice : a family's triumph over autism  Catherine Maurice
Healthy choices, healthy lives : an early-childhood drug abuse prevention program  Lauren Cummins
An elephant in the living room : the children's book Jill M Hastings
An elephant in the living room : a leader's guide for helping children of alcoholics  Marion H Typpo
Getting sober, getting well : a treatment guide for caregivers who work with women  
Handle with care : helping children prenatally exposed to drugs and alcohol  Sylvia Villarreal
It's never too early -- its's never too late : a booklet about personal futures planning for persons with developmental disabilities, their families and friends, case managers, service providers and advocates  Beth. Mount
Access expressed! New England 
Families, disability, and empowerment : active coping skills and strategies for family interventions  edited by George H.S. Singer and Laurie E. Powers.
Collaborating for comprehensive services for young children and their families : the local interagency coordinating council  William W Swan
Blind and visually impaired students : educational service guidelines  [editors, Gaylen S. Pugh, Jane Erin]
Supporting young homeless children and their families in Massachusetts  prepared by the Children Without Homes Initiative of the Head Start-State Collaboration Project, Executive Office of Health and Human Services and the Administration for Children and Families.

Last Updated: Wednesday, Nov 12, 2008
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