Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Here’s what some people may not know about advocacy—and its impact on raising a child with a disability.
There are many opportunities for parents to provide natural occurring activities to help their children learn—and improve—their skills.
The process of getting a diagnosis for your child can be daunting. A mother shares her experience and her thoughts on what to expect.
Here are some great ideas from a parent to help organize chores and work toward your child’s success and independence.
Problem-solving skills can be taught. Here is a method that parents can use to teach this skill to their children of any age.
Our children are so much more than the disability labels they are given. A parent speaks for his son until he can speak for himself.
Financial planning has become something that we all need to do but for people with disabilities, it is even more important.
Raising a child with multiple diagnoses can be hard, but so worth it.
Raising a child with a disability is stressful. Keeping a marriage strong takes hard work. Here is a tribute to one such marriage.
The decision to not keep your child at home is difficult and painful. For this family, it was the best thing to do for their son.
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