Starting home health services is sometimes an emotional process because, as parents, we believe that we can care for our child better than anyone and that we should be the one caring for them. However, some of us need help because of the complexity of our child’s needs.
For some children with disabilities, the ability to communicate their needs can be difficult. For their parents, it may take trying a different approach to understand what they need.
Having some time to yourself when you have a child who must know where you are, always, can be a bit wearing— but also something to be grateful for.
Keeping your child safe in the bathroom can have its challenges. Here are some tips to help parents make a safer environment.
In this article, a mom discusses segregation within the disability community. She also pleas with readers to stop segregating others with different disabilities.
Most people have 5 years to prepare for their child to enter kindergarten. If your child needs special education, you are thrown into the school system when your child is only 3. What should you expect, and how can you prepare?