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Enews from Parent Information Center of Delaware//November 20 Edition

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The holidays can be stressful for parents, caregivers and children with disabilities. Learn more about how to take care during the holidays with opportunities and news below.

Taking Time for Retreat Caregiver Workshop on Nov. 21
A workshop for caregivers and parents on eliminating the guilt of taking time off will take place Nov. 21, 11 a.m.  Learn more HERE.

Talking with Family About Your Child's Learning Disability
Coping with a child's learning disability (LD) is stressful for any parent, and the last thing you need is another demand on your time and energy. But avoiding talk about your child's LD can send a message to well-meaning family members that you're hiding something — feeling ashamed, embarrassed, or guilty, according to Great Schools.  Read more HERE.

Holiday Survival Guide for Families with Special Needs
Tips for surviving the holidays and gift ideas for children with disabilities from Ability Path website.  Learn more HERE.

Family Voices Fall Newsletter
Delaware Family Voices has moved to a new location.  Learn more about the move and other information in the Fall newsletter HERE.

Free Thanksgiving Dinner at Lewis Elementary Nov. 27
Faith Victory is sponsoring a free Thanksgiving Dinner on Nov. 27, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lewis Elementary, 920 N. Van Buren St.  To reserve a seat call 302-798-2794.

Center for Disabilities Studies Seeks New Access Project Leader    
The Center for Disabilities Studies is accepting applications for the leader of its ACCESS project.  Learn more HERE.

Channing Tatum on His ADHD and Dyslexia
Channing Tatum is best known for his acting and his work as a model. But he’s been talking a lot lately about his childhood and reflecting on how ADHD and dyslexia made his school years hard. And he’s pushing for schools to do a better job of supporting kids who learn differently, according to the website Understood.  Read more HERE.

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