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On-Line Information

Parent to Parent holds monthly on-line chats. 
To enter the chat room just go to www.parenttoparentofga.org and click on Chat with an Expert
 
Upcoming chat sessions for Georgia parents of children with disabilities are scheduled for the 4th Tuesday of each month from 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm.
 
For information about Gluten Free and Casein Free Diet sources check out:
 
For information from the National Vaccine Information Center check out:
 
Doddleworks is a program with a free Music Brush pain program.  It has a kaleidoscope paint feature.  It also plays music while you paint.  Check it out at:
 
At the Schwab Learning Center site you can download at no charge "A Parent's Guide to Helping Kids with Learning Differences."  The information is helpful for persons with a variety of disabilities who are educated in the general educations setting.  You can also sign up for the Schwab Learning E-newsletter.  Check it out at:
 
For information on augmentative resources:
 
The University of Florida Center for Autism and Related Disabilities:
 
Do2Learn:
 
Beyond Autism - Distributors of Visual Symbol materials:
 
The GA-ChildrensNetwork is a new list service in Georgia designed to provide much needed information and support for parents and grandparents of children with special needs.  To subscribe, send an e-mail to: GA-ChildrensNetwork-subscribe@yahoogroups.com  To view the website, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GA-ChildrensNetwork/
 
Group Launches Community Site/Message Board For Autism In Hopes of Bringing People Together

TogetherForAutism.org March 29, 2004 TogetherForAutism.org has been launched in hopes of bringing people together who are, in some form or fashion, affected by autism. Whether you are the parent, sibling, or friend of someone with autism, or if you are just wanting more information, TogetherForAutism.org is for you.

The core of the site is a message board to interact with many other people who share the same goals as you do to learn more about autism. It is a place to ask questions, as well as give answers. Another key feature of TogetherForAutism.org are the articles. There are many articles on various topics from allergies and test results to food and medical advice, all related to autism.

TogetherForAutism.org invites you to become a part of an active community of people who desire to learn more about autism as well as contribute information to the cause.To begin getting involved right away, head over to http://www.TogetherForAutism.org to register.CONTACT INFORMATION: Josh Pigford - TogetherForAutism.org
info@togetherforautism.org
http://www.TogetherForAutism.org

 

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