Press Release: Getting the best special education

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Press Release: Getting the best special education

ChesapeakeFamily.com has all parents need to ensure their special needs child gets the best education possible

Thursday, April 4, 2013 For Immediate Release

Annapolis, MD Chesapeake Family magazine has a wealth of information on its website for parents of children with special needs. From finding the right school to ensuring your child gets the best IEP possible, ChesapeakeFamily.com is a wonderful resource for parents.

ChesapeakeFamily.com has the following information for parents of children in need of special education services:

• A directory of Maryland schools offering special education.


• A story on IEP's and how to be sure your child is getting the best possible


• A story on the Unified Sports Program, which gives all high school students the chance to play team sports. 


• A story on free developmental screenings now being offered at Kennedy Krieger for infants at risk for ASD. 


• A story on what public and private schools have to offer students with special needs.


• And a list by ages on signs that your child may have a learning disability.

"If you have a child with special needs or think your child may have a learning disability, Chesapeake Family is the best place to begin to figure out just what to do," said Editor Betsy Stein. "Our website has a wealth of information from what schools are in our area to how to know if you child may have a learning disability. We hope we can help answer some of the many questions that can come up for families dealing with learning and development issues."
Be sure to visit ChesapeakeFamily.com for all the latest parenting resources, events and news pertaining to families in the Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington D.C. region.

About Chesapeake Family

Since 1990, Chesapeake Family magazine and ChesapeakeFamily.com have been a trusted resource for families in the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland and beyond by providing local and timely information on family events, preschools, private schools, family health, camps, birthday parties and more through a monthly magazine, an interactive website, e-newsletters, and sponsored events.