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MOS topical list special needs resources

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  • 1. Military OneSource Educational Materials for Special NeedsBooklets • How to Help a Child Who May Have a Learning• DoD SCOR for Children with Special Needs Disability• DoD Special Needs Parent Tool Kit • Mental Health Disorders in Children• Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders • Options for People With Special Needs and Their FamiliesCDs • Parenting a Child with Attention Deficit• Finding Strength in Family and Community Hyperactivity Disorder • Parenting a Special Needs Child When YourArticles Spouse Is Deployed• Adopting a Child with Special Needs as a Military • Planning Ahead for a Family Member with a Family Disability• Asperger Syndrome: First Steps Toward • Planning Ahead When Your Child Has a Disability Understanding • Raising a Child with Special Needs: Coping with a• Autism: Answers to Commonly Asked Questions Diagnosis• Child Care for Children With Special Needs • Recreation Programs for People with Disabilities• Communicating with Teachers When Your Child • Relocating When Your Child Has a Serious Medical Has Special Needs Condition• Counseling Services Available Through Military • Special Education for Children Ages 3 Through 5 OneSource • Special Education for Students Ages 5 through 18• Covering Costs When Your Child Is Diagnosed with • Summer Planning for Children with Special Needs a Serious Medical Condition • Support Groups for Caregivers• Dealing with Discrimination at School When Your • Talking with Your Manager About Your Child’s Child has Special Needs Special Needs• Disaster Planning for Families of Children with • The Americans with Disabilities Act and Child Care: Special Needs Information for Parents• Dual Diagnosis in Adolescents • The IDEA and Special Education• Early Intervention Services for Children from Birth • Understanding and Developing an Individualized to Age 3 Education Plan• Educational Rights for Children with Attention • Understanding the Special Education Process as a Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Military Parent• Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) • What Military OneSource Can Do for You• Getting an Evaluation for a Child with Special • When Someone You Know Has a Disability Needs • When Your Child Is Diagnosed with a Serious• How Section 504 Can Help Your Child at School Medical ConditionMilitary OneSource is provided at no cost by the Department of Defense to all active duty, Guard and Reserve members, and their families. The 24/7service provides information and referrals plus private, local face-to-face counseling. Call 1-800-342-9647 or access www.militaryonesource.com. (Visitour Web site for overseas, Spanish, and hearing impaired toll free telephone numbers.) More educational materials related to this topic are available onthe Military OneSource Web site. May 2010

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