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Amy Assante
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  • Liverpool, NY
  • United States
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Sensory playground

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hannah Newton Aug 8, 2012. 10 Replies

I have been seriously thinking that we need a sensory playground in our area. If anyone has any recommendations or ideas how or what area of city officials I need to petition or talk to. Or where to…Continue

 

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This is why I am passionate about special needs.
My child has Hyposensory Integration and i am one for researching to the max. I love to hear about others experiences with their children no matter the special need.
My Role
Parent
Place of Work
Self employed
Skills: these are areas where I have expertise and might be able to help others.
NONE
Needs: these are areas where I have questions and will be looking to learn from others.
COMMUNICATION, RESOURCES, SENSORY SOLUTIONS, VESTIBULAR ORIENTATION
The most valuable piece of advice I would offer to others regarding special needs.
Patience. I know it is hard at first and there are days where it feels impossible to be patient and understanding and not take things personally. Just hang on for the days that everything just works.
What I hope to gain from My Special Needs Network
Reassurance that I am not crazy and not the only one. I would also love to heat any advice, tips, or words of wisdom!

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At 12:27pm on April 17, 2011, Carol Krawczyk said…
Thanks, Amy!
 
 
 

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