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Locks of Love
Locks of Love
Provides custom hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children with long term medical hair loss. Uses donated hair. Site provides information on both receiving a hairpiece, as well as how to donate hair.

Children's Wish Foundation International
Children's Wish Foundation International
Children’s Wish Foundation International is committed to bringing joy and happiness to terminally ill children (up to age 18) throughout the world. The site contains a description of their enrichment programs, including hospital visits and camps, as well as information on how to donate/volunteer or refer a child.

Educational Psychology Interactive
William G.Huitt, Ph.D.
Educational psychology courses by William G. Huitt, Ph.D.

Breaking The Silence
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill Queens/Nassau Chapter
NAMI Queens/Nassau provides "Breaking the Silence," a teaching packet, with games, posters and puzzles designed to destigmatize and teach children grades 4-12 about mental illness. The packets are not free and must be purchased. There is a downloadable PDF form, as well as an on-site form which can be printed out. There is a discount of 10% for anyone ordering more than 100 lesson plans.

John Tracy Clinic for Preschool Deaf Children
John Tracy Clinic for Preschool Deaf Children
John Tracy Clinic is a private, non-profit education center. Its mission is to offer hope, guidance and encouragement to families of infants and preschool children with hearing losses by providing free, parent-centered services worldwide. The clinic provides information and support for parents and preschool deaf children. Free correspondence course for parents are also offered, and a toll free telephone number is available for questions.