The Noah Robert Project: Blog

82 Summer Activities for Families with Special Needs

Parents Summer

82 Summer Activities for Families with Special Needs

"Between June and September my kids have 82 days of summer vacation, and I’ve promised them something fun every single day.  That means I need 82 fun summer activities for one child with a developmental disability and one child who refuses to participate in most activities.  It’ll be a piece of cake, right?" 

82 Summer Activities for Families with Special Needs

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Autism Gift Giving Guide

Christmas Parents

Autism Gift Giving Guide

"Purchasing gifts for children on the spectrum doesn't have to be intimidating. With a little knowledge of the child's sensory needs, paired with our Autism Gift Giving Guide, we are certain your presents will be therapeutic and well received!..."
"Autism Holiday Gift Giving Guide: 160 Gift Ideas For Every Sensory Need"

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Blue Pumpkins & Autism

Halloween Parents

Blue Pumpkins & Autism

"...Quite frankly, the thought of my child needing to carry or wear something to envoke kindness and understanding in his own community bothers me. I think it's a slippery slope and we should be mindful of the things we embrace."
"Blue Pumpkins & Autism"
by: Holly Terei

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26 Grants That Fund Author Visits For Your School

School

26 Grants That Fund Author Visits For Your School

"It saddens me when a school is wanting to book my Meet the Author + Autism Education program, but can not afford our fairly priced visits. Please know, this doesn't have to be! Numerous organizations provide grants and funding that can cover most, if not all, the cost of an author visit. I wanted to create a resource page dedicated to some of these grants, in hopes your students will meet an author this year and in years to come..."

"26 Grants That Fund Author Visits For Your School"
by: Holly Terei, Author, Founder of The Noah Robert Project

 

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"So I Shouldn't Be Me?"

Inclusion Thinking Parents

"So I Shouldn't Be Me?"

"Many of our special kids can't help 'being weird' or 'strange' to others. It's not a reason for others, especially their peers, to laugh and point at them. We need to teach our typical children that everyone is different; their looks, their personalities..."

"So I Shouldn't Be Me?"
by: Jenn Glass

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