The folks at Tri-Counties Regional Center publish a regular newsletter/magazine called TriLine for its consumers with developmental disabilities and their families, as well as its vendored service providers and interested members of the community.
The Winter 2010 issue has not yet been published to their site, but you can view past issues in their archives. They have nonetheless given us permission to republish one article from the Winter 2010 issue titled “The Power of Pets” that features one of the children from the KPS4Parents family, Alison La Douceur.
KPS4Parents sparingly uses affiliate advertising to generate revenue to help cover the operating costs of our website, blog, and internet-related activities, as well as our other charitable activities. One of the companies we’re associated with is Discount School Supply.
We haven’t run one of their ads in a while, but I was doing some online research for resources that would help parents and educators better understand what is happening regarding the ARRA funding being made available to public education, including special education, and found myself deposited by Google onto the website of this seller of educational supplies. I was completely blown away by how much technically solid, easy-to-understand information that Discount School Supply had professionally compiled and presented about Recovery Act spending.