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SpeechWorks 4 Kids! -- Pediatric Speech Therapy : SpeechWorks 4 Kids! is a pediatric speech-language pathology practice that provides resources, consultations, evaluations and individualized treatment to preschoolers and school-age children with a wide variety of Speech, Language, & Voice afflictions.
Henry Spink Foundation : Details about this charity which provides help to families with children who have a disability, rare disorder, chronic syndrome, behavioural problem or chemical imbalance.
Amy's Dedication To Her Children : A personal webpage by a mother of a child with Autism, ADHD/ADD, and Adoption related links.
Adopting the International Child with Special Needs : A practical guide to planning for the arrival of a special needs child.
Association for Children with a Disability : Provides information, support and advocacy to families with a children with a disability.
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Birmingham Medical Research Expeditionary Society : Site of a group of medical scientists studying the effects of altitude and the causes and management of acute mountain sickness.


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