Friendship Circle Resource Blog Continues to Grow

The Friendship Circle Blog has become the most popular resource in the United States

(and sometimes in the WORLD!) for families with special needs children. Friendship

Circle Blog debuted in 2010 when Rabbi Tzvi Schectman, Family Coordinator at

Friendship Circle of Michigan, began posting resources and news articles for Friendship

Circle families. Over 200,000 visitors each month, from all over the world have enjoyed

more than 850 resource articles covering topics such as parenting tips, special

education, product reviews, therapy tips, legal guidance, and more. Currently there are

over 6,300 subscribers to a daily email. The Friendship Circle Blog will continue to grow

and provide educational resources to families with the help of the D. Dan and Betty

Kahn Foundation Grant. We look forward to reporting even more continued success in

the future. You can find the Friendship Circle Blog here, www.friendshipcircle.org/blog.

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