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From the site: "If you itemize your deductions on Form 1040, Schedule A (PDF), you may be able to deduct expenses you paid that year for medical care (including dental) for yourself, your spouse, and your dependents."
This is from a celiac site, but if you have written medical documentation that a special diet, supplements, and/or education intervention is "medically necessary" for your child, this page will give you information on how you can deduct those expenses on your taxes. DISCLAIMER: Always consult your tax advisor for information regarding your specific situation.
From the official IRS site: "Today, the Treasury Department and the IRS announced over-the-counter drugs can be paid for with pre-tax dollars through health care flexible spending accounts."
From the official IRS site
The official IRS publication on Medical Expenses.
Information on medical expenses.
Information on taxes from Wrightslaw.
From the site: "This page lists articles of interest to parents of children with disabilities. We hope you are able to use the information here as a start to getting a little bit more help for your childre. Please remember that tax laws are complicated and it is best if you consult your tax professional if you have any questions."
From the site: "The expense of some major home improvements (such as: pools, spas, elevators, lifts, ramps, etc.) "may" be tax deductible as medical expenses. How do you determine your medical expenses, if any, for the amounts you pay for these types of improvements or special equipment installed in your home?"
From the site: "his document describes the major tax changes and updates for tax-year 2007 and the known changes for 2007 and later years."
Good article on 2006 tax benefits.
An IRS Publication
Another IRS Publication
An EDD Publication for State agencies