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Getting involved in your child’s education is among the most important things you can do to make sure that your child gets the support he or she needs throughout their school career.
Autism is a developmental disorder of the brain that is characterized by repetitive behaviors, obsessive interests, and a person’s impaired ability to communicate and interact in social interactions.
Behavior is the way we express our thoughts and feelings in response to different situations, environments or people.
Bullying is a form of unwanted, repetitive, aggressive behavior used to cause physical, mental or emotional harm from one child or a group of children to another.
Developmental disabilities are a diverse group of physical and mental conditions affecting language and knowledge acquisition, mobility, self-help, and independent living.
Learning Disabilities affect how a person’s brain works. Acquiring new information and building skills to the expected level of ability can be a challenge, especially when not associated with a physical handicap.
A mental illness is a broad term that refers to any mental health condition that may alter a person’s thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others or daily functioning.
Neurological disorders are structural, biochemical or electrical abnormalities of the body’s nervous system, affecting the brain, spinal cord or any of the nerves that connect them.
Over one billion people in the world live with some form of disability. The Parent Network of WNY offers information on the full spectrum of disabilities in children, including developmental delays, learning disabilities and disorders.