The Simple Dollar – Disability Guide

Please welcome The Simple Dollar to our listing of Special Needs Resources Listing. Did you know research found that most people who have become or already living with disabilities are not fully aware of the benefits and resources that are available to them. This guide will not only answer common questions like qualifications, but also the application process, as well as it provides a calculator that can help estimate monthly and annual benefits. Please find their information and website details on the Neglia Collaboration Special Needs Resource Listing.

Medical MalPractice Center

Please welcome the Medical MalPractice Center to our caring list of providers, for parents to take advantage and educate themselves about medical malpractice. Did you know that Medical MalPractice is the leading cause of Death in the U.S? MalPractice can happen when we least expect it, and comes in many serious forms, and can endanger the life of a patient, and medical bills can sky rocket while you try to help the patient. Educate yourself on possible signs of malpractice and neglect. Find out more about the Medical MalPractice Center, visit the Special Needs Resources Section of Neglia Collaboration.

Cord Blood Center

Please welcome Cord Blood Bank as the latest parent resource, on the Special Needs Resource Listing. Cord Blood Center is a new organization dedicated to promoting the benefits of public cord blood banking. Umbilical cord blood has helped children survive over 80 diseases and disabilities including leukemia, spinal cord injury, anemia, autism and is now in FDA regulated clinical trials at Georgia Regents University for cerebral palsy. Cord Blood Center’s  mission is to help promote the benefits of cord blood to help communities around the country better understand how they can benefit and help save lives of children in need.

The team at cord blood banking, provides the latest up-to-date information and free resources for expecting parents. There has been over 35,000 cord blood transplants thanks to donors worldwide. With more awareness we can increase that number and further save lives of children suffering from cancers, blood disorders and many other serious disorders and disabilities including cerebral palsy.

For further information please contact,
The Cord Blood Center
Katie Wilson
Awareness Advocate
1888 780 2885

Tyler and I Present at CAL State San Marcos Again!

Once again, Tyler and I were asked to present to a class of over 60 students in the Graduate Program for Special Education at CAL State San Marcos. Tyler wasn’t daunted! In fact he asked could he make a PowerPoint Presentation because the class was so large! He created it, and included all the information about what technology and tools he utilizes in Grade 11 at High School. He even had links within his PPT to go out to the Websites, and FaceBook sites Tyler has made. More info on that in another Post! The long class went by so fast, with all the information and questions from the Graduate students. It was a fun experience for Tyler, and he felt proud to show what he is learning and doing at school. It was a fabulous experience for the Graduate Students to meet a parent and student who have the challenges of dealing with a severe Syndrome, yet approach each day, with a positive attitude, and enthusiasm to learn at school, and have fun playing ice hockey with his team mates!