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resources-easel2Welcome to our Resource section, containing links, documents, articles and other tools on topics related to children and adults with disabilities.

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Our Resource Links Directory includes information about supports, programs and services available to families who have children or adults with special needs.

Letters ... We Get Letters ...

These letters have been written by members from across Canada who have children with special needs and who would like to share and/or receive information.

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Member to Member Newsletter 16 Summer 2008

Letters ... We Get Letters ...

These letters have been written by members from across Canada who have children with special needs and who would like to share and/or receive information.

The following Member Letters are reprinted from our Member to Member Connection Newsletter 16 (Summer 2008).

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Member to Member Newsletter 16 Summer 2008Letters ... We Get Letters ...

These letters have been written by members from across Canada who have children with special needs and who would like to share and/or receive information.

The following Member Letters are reprinted from Member to Member Connection Newsletter 17 (Winter 2008/2009).

Once you choose a letter to read you can discuss that letter by scrolling to the end of the letter and entering a comment along with your name, email address and perhaps a subject heading. Then click on "Send" and your comment withy be reviewed by our staff and then published.

Thanks for taking the time to share your comments with us!

butterflyThe Special Needs and Moving On Projects are sponsored by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and the Union of Postal Communications Employees (Public Service Alliance of Canada). These innovative projects provide support and resources to the unions' members whose children or adult sons and daughters have disabilities. They are financed through the Child Care Fund negotiated by the two unions with their employer, Canada Post. The projects are administered by Breton Ability Centre in Sydney, Nova Scotia, a community-based, non-profit organization.

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