Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs

End of Continuous Medicaid Coverage

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Education and Schools

Learn about everything, from what exactly special education is to your child’s legal rights in preschool through high school.

Education and Schools Overview

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Family Support

You and your family aren’t alone—there are other parents who have lived through similar experiences.

Family Support Overview

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Transition to Adulthood

You can help your child learn to take responsibility for themself in so many ways. We’re here to help you and your child through the transition process.

Transition to Adulthood Overview

Words by Parents, for Parents

Being Prepared for the Unexpected Includes Keeping Up with Paperwork

July 9, 2024 | By: Leslie Curtis

Our son with disabilities is now 22 years old. Since the time he first got services through a Medicaid waiver, I feared the loss of those services due to a mistake or mishap. Without these waiver services, we would be in a world of hurt.

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The Journey to a Diagnosis (English)

A diagnosis is often the first step on your path to the right support for a child with a disability. For Patty, it took years to find the right healthcare experts who could pinpoint the root cause of her daughter Jessica’s health challenges. Patty’s friend insisted that Patty get a genetic test for Jessica. Once Patty had a diagnosis, she gained further clarity on how to navigate life with Jessica and she found a network of parents going through the same challenges.

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