Parenting Special Needs Magazine - March/April 2017

New Products & Products You Can Use & Win!

2017-03-17 12:02:23

about our cover CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO AUDIO VERSION OF THE ARTICLE. Products you can use! NoNetz or No More Irritating Swimwear This swimwear allows boys and men to spend time in the water without having to worry about chafing or developing a rash. It’s ingenious, yet necessary, so that guys are able to enjoy water activities as long as they please. NoNetz replaced the common mesh brief with a water resistant liner that is anti-bacterial, anti-chafe and incredibly soft. This product has been parent tested and parent approved! FREE 30-Minute Stay to anyone mentioning this post Offer valid until the end of April, 2017 A Retreat or Quiet Space for Travelers Ever needed to take a break, relax, nap, breastfeed, tube feed, or change your child between flights? Minute Suites provides guests with their own private room in the airport that includes a daybed sofa, a flat-screen TV, a desk, WiFi, and soundproof walls that limit terminal sound and heighten relaxation. This could be a great place for children with special needs to take a break from all of the buzz and stimulation between traveling. 3-in-1 Diaper Bag It’s hard to believe that there’s a trendy new way to change diapers, but Bassibag has made it possible! This unique, lightweight bag serves as a three-in-one design: It can be used as a diaper bag, travel crib and/or a changing station. To add to the appeal, the Bassibag is stylish; there are many bold colors and patterns customers can choose from. This multifunctional bag is a prodigy of convenience! available at amazon about our cover... This issue's cover features 6-year-old Amelia Grace Vitacco. Amelia has been diagnosed with Down's syndrome and she loves to dance, play with her dolls and have tea parties! She has a brother, Christian, whom she loves very much. She has recently improved her reading abilities and has been able to read several early reader books on her own. She has now developed a very strong fondness to reading! When Amelia grows up, she wants to become a hairdresser. Cover Image Courtesy: MELONY STEVENS SPECIAL NEEDS PHOTOGRAPHY

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