Website Devoted to Concerns of Special Needs
06/04/2015 Published by: Amy Soupene
Exceptional Parent has been a trusted, award-winning publishing and communication company in the special needs community for over 44 years. Recently they unveiled their redesigned website. Key components of the new eparent.com are interactivity and connectedness. All aspects of the website are free.
After registering, guests have access to other members of the online community. This allows for questions and sharing. EP Special Needs Connect allows parents, patients and physicians the opportunity to come together.
Often, parents of special needs children feel isolated and sometimes overwhelmed. EP strives to offer knowledge and connectedness to help parents overcome these feelings.
Feature articles are available on a multitude of topics, both universal and by special need. Of particular interest are articles devoted to military families. Articles are filled with valuable information and written by professionals.
Many resources are available, including an Annual Resource Guide, endorsed by the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD). This guide is updated yearly to offer a trusted directory of resources for the special needs community. Information on advocacy groups, agencies and associations can be found here, as well as, a listing of medical and dental services that provide care to people with neurodevelopmental disorders and intellectual disabilities. EP and AADMD have partnered together for over a decade to bring information and education to all members of the special needs community.
Visit the EP site now. Share with others and read up on compelling subjects. Gain insight and fellowship. Best wishes!
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