Monday, December 20, 2010

Shopping for Children with Special Needs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- He’s 8. What are they up to at that age? Is this too simple or could it be too complex? Or might he already have it?
Shopping for Christmas can be downright stressful, brain-wracking, frustrating.
Toss into the mix that the child in question has special needs and the anxiety can notch up even more
"Shopping for a child with a disability is tough, even for a parent," said Jill Bamber, a former special education teacher whose 2-year-old son has cerebral palsy and low vision. He’s a student at Kansas City’s Children Center for the Visually Impaired.

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