Special needs parenting and the coffee addiction
What happens when your child with special needs becomes an adult with special needs? How to prepare for the transition.
Mom and dyslexia awareness advocate Lyn Pollard answers your questions about the laws, services and resources available in our state.
Staying sane when your child with special needs reaches the tween years.
How to handle the challenges of raising a child with PLI
Handling the challenges of pragmatic language disorders
Julia Kachur can swim. This is a big deal for the 16-year-old, who has mild cerebral palsy, cognitive disabilities and…
The identification of SID is not a black and white process; evaluation can involve multiple tests of fine motor skills, a parent interview and assessments of physical development.
Does your young student struggle when gripping a writing utensil? Is his handwriting illegible? Your pediatrician may point to a…
An impending birthday party, either for your child or a peer, can be a roller coaster ride of emotions for both you and your child.
Play dates provide essential interaction for children and much needed social support for moms.
Kids starting drugs such as Ritalin, Adderall and Concerta for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) need a complete heart exam including…
Oliver Googe plops down in his bean pool one Saturday afternoon. He moves his hands and legs around and allows…
Moving with your special needs child can be very challenging. However, several things can be done to make it go more smoothly.
What they can do, how they can help your family and how you can help them.
Preparing Your Child, Schoolteachers, and Yourself for the Year Ahead
After checking out our list of special needs-friendly getaways, you’ll want to get everyone’s bag packed, ASAP!
When Julie Chapman found out her young son Jordan suffered from developmentally debilitating cerebral palsy, she tearfully wondered, is he…
Highland Village Mom Trish Verfurth tells her story of life after her son’s battle with bacterial meningitus.