This website is especially for families and parents of children with disabilities or special health-care needs and is designed to offer support, inspiration, resources, and links to services available.
See the story of Brandon—a young man with a disability, a supportive home filled with friends, a band, and a great job. Brandon also happens to be a big fan of The Beatles—maybe their biggest fan of all time.
Moving, inspirational, and helpful tips from parents and professionals about topics ranging from finances to dealing with mental illness.
Presuming competence means assuming a child with a disability can understand just like anyone else. It means that you don't underestimate the child. Here's why this matters so much.
Here is one mom’s story about the personal changes she made to become an advocate for their child.
It is personally rewarding to see how much you can help another person through offering your time, energy, and resources.
There is a great resource available on Facebook called “Special Books by Special Kids.”
It can be easier said than done, but focusing on the "cans" and "haves" as opposed to the "cannot" and "don't haves" can make a huge difference in everything you do.
There’s a lot to learn when starting a new job. People with disabilities often need extra support or accommodations to help them succeed.