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Extra Care

Come January of each year, Fort Worth mom Angela Darby starts to stress about where she will send her 14-year-old son, Jordon,…


You change your A/C filters often, purchase hypoallergenic pillows and dust your home religiously. Making adjustments like these is more…

On Board

Earlier this year, Delta Air Lines made headlines after announcing more stringent vetting of service and emotional support animals. While federal law permits…

Dishing Up Dignity

Collin County’s Ruth Thompson is the founder and owner of Hugs Cafe, which employs individuals with disabilities, providing them not only with training and employment but a sense of community, pride and self-worth.

Accessible Accommodations

Big news for travel junkies: Airbnb just acquired Accomable, an online listing service with hundreds of accessible properties in more…

Ties That Bind

I am blessed to wear many hats in my life. I am a biological father, a stepfather and an educator, to name just a…

Back to School

We’re just getting back into the back-to-school groove. We sent our youngest, Ethan — and his nurse — to the second grade. Our daughter, Kiersten, just started…

Cruel Summer

It’s that time of year again. Summertime means kids of all ages play baseball, swim and spend days running around…

Take a Seat

So here I sit watching the rainbow of scrub-wearing personnel enter and exit, fill orders, check vitals then repeat.

The Sibling Superhero

Our daughter Kiersten is 9, and along with the standard drama, trials and tribulations that accompany a pre-tween, our little lady faces the added daily stress of living with and worrying about siblings with serious issues.

Will This Be the Time?

Death is a difficult subject to talk about and near impossible when it comes to your children, but my wife and I have had to have that conversation.

Words of Appreciation

Each week, four therapists, eight nurses and six attendants cross the threshold of our home to love and care for our children, and we are so blessed to have them.