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Special Needs

ASDs Family Handout—Behavioral Challenges

ASDs Family Handout—Discussing the Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) With Your Child

ASDs Family Handout—Early Intervention Services

ASDs Family Handout—Emergency Information Form For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)

ASDs Family Handout—Financial Assistance and Related Programs for Families

ASDs Family Handout—Gastrointestinal Problems

ASDs Family Handout—Guardianship

ASDs Family Handout—Inclusion: Elementary School

ASDs Family Handout—Inclusion: Middle and High School

ASDs Family Handout—Intervention Approaches Used for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

ASDs Family Handout—Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine

ASDs Family Handout—Lab Tests

ASDs Family Handout—Medications and Your Child

ASDs Family Handout—Nutrition and Eating Problems

ASDs Family Handout—School-based Services

ASDs Family Handout—Seizures and Epilepsy

ASDs Family Handout—Sibling Issues

ASDs Family Handout—Sleep Problems

ASDs Family Handout—Talking About Sexuality for Parents of Teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders

ASDs Family Handout—Teaching Social Skills

ASDs Family Handout—The Medical Home for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

ASDs Family Handout—Toilet Training

ASDs Family Handout—Vaccines

ASDs Family Handout—Visiting the Doctor

ASDs Family Handout—Wandering Off (Elopement)

Community Support

Financial Resources

Learning Disabilities: What Parents Need to Know

Medical Information

Resources for Parents, Siblings, and Patients

Students With Chronic Health Conditions: Guidance for Families, Schools, and Students

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): An Introduction

Additional Resources

The Federation for Children with Special Needs provides information, support, and assistance to parents of children with disabilities, their professional partners, and their communities. We are committed to listening to and learning from families, and encouraging full participation in community life by all people, especially those with disabilities.
Committed to supporting siblings of people with disabilities.
Pediatric Special Needs Resources for Massachusetts Families 
The Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) at Massachusetts General Hospital assesses students and children ages 2 to 22 who have developmental difficulties and consults with their parents, teachers and care providers.

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  • Closer to the T then we used to be!!

    The Quincy Adams  MBTA station is now conntected to Independence Avenue on a path above the train tracks. This makes Quincy Pediatrics much more  accessible via the T as we are only a few houses down from the new pedestrian walkway.