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November 2021 Newsletter

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Self Care for Parents

Takin care of yourself is important so that you can take care of those you love. The resources below contain many ideas and information regarding taking care of yourself. Self Care for Parents Combatting Stress ND Olsmtead Presentation Finding Safe Information

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Living in an Adult World

ND State Bar Association has updated their information on becoming an adult and one’s legal responsibilities. Click HERE to read more!

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Dropping Out is a Process, Not an Event

Dropping Out is a Process, Not an Event Handout Video

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Early Identification and Referral of Children who are Deaf-Blind

The North Dakota Dual Sensory Project is a statewide technical assistance and training program funded by the US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, and the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, Office of Special Education. It is housed at the North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities at Minot State University. We

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Telehealth – Getting Connected

In an age where the average consumer manages nearly all aspects of life online, it’s a no-brainer that healthcare should be just as convenient, accessible and safe as online banking. Handout Video

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Self-care for caregivers

You work with families in crisis every day. When one happens to you or your family, lead by example. Do what you need to do to take care of yourself? Handout Video

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COVID-19 Special Edition

FVND staff have compiled links that we hope will be helpful to all of you. Please save this information for future reference and share with others. We know there is much information out there and that we may have missed someone. If we omitted anyone, it certainly was not intentional. Please feel free to contact

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Project Carson

Project Carson offers support through a partnership of professionals, organizations, and parents who have personal experience in receiving a prenatal or at birth diagnosis.

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Annual Appeal

The phone rings. The woman on the other end is crying. Her partner comes to the phone and asks for help. They have just been told that they will need to leave North Dakota to seek medical care for their newborn child. They are frightened and have no idea what their infant’s future holds. Can Family Voices of ND help?

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