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National Fathers' Network Support for fathers and families raising children with special health care needs and developmental disabilities.

Family Support Network of North Carolina

Widow Net Widows and widowers can visit this site to learn how to cope with the death of a loved one. There is information about the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) publications, grief books, and Social Security Benefits, plus hyperlinks to related sites.

Men with Families Online magazine

Sibling Support Project The Sibling Support Project is a national program dedicated to the interests of brothers and sisters of people with special health and developmental needs. Items of interest for young brothers and sisters , adult brothers and sisters , and everyone.

Disability - Understanding Sibling Issues

Siblings: Forgotten Family Members

SibKids

Sibling Resource Page

Preemie Forum

Focus Support for children with disabilities and medical needs. 

Exceptional Parent Magazine 

My Sick Newborn A Site for Parents of Newborns with Abnormalities and Sick Newborns who were not born prematurely.

Grandparents Raising Children with Special Needs

Parents Helping Parents

Ability Kids Helping Kids make the most of their abilities.

Young A-Net Resources Young A-Net is a regular feature in the print version of Ability Network Magazine. Ability Network enjoys hearing from its audience and encourages young readers to submit their work. Articles and artwork by kids and teens with disabilities. Site also provides access to 'cool' sites for kids.

General  Facts for Families This site is designed to educate parents and families about psychiatric disorders affecting children and adolescents.

Parent to Parent Internet of PA
Parent to Parent Internet of PA An online parent to parent support network for residents of Pennsylvania. Some professionals are included for information and resources but mostly this group is parents of children with disabilities supporting one another.




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