Children with intellectual disabilities have a greater chance of being involved in unsafe sexual situations than many other kids. They experience abuse at much higher rates than children without disabilities. Here are some resources to help parents teach their kids how to stay safe.
All of our children are special and unique, but siblings need accurate information on the disability and what having a sibling with a disability means to them. They also need as much attention as your child with a disability.
Learn tips from another parent who has been there on finding shoes that will fit around orthotics.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (C.A.R.D.) is new to Corpus Christi. Here’s an interview with a mom whose teenage daughter is receiving services from C.A.R.D.