Behavior: Help for Exceptional Parents

For the parents of the 6,000,000 U.S. children who are physically, intellectually, perceptually or emotionally disabled, life is what Clinical Psychologist Lewis Klebanoff of Boston describes as "a surrealist nightmare of anxiety, perplexity and fatigue." In the hope of easing that nightmare, Klebanoff and two other Boston psychologists, Stanley Klein and Maxwell Schleifer, have just published the first issue of a new bimonthly called The Exceptional Parent. The magazine offers advice to help "exceptional" children live full lives—not in segregated centers but "in the mainstream of their communities."

The psychologist-editors, who spent $30,000 of their own money to start the magazine, have...

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