No one knows the right things to say, or not say, to a person after they have lost a child. I have been there myself, and when lost for words, we all go with the only thing we know to say, “I am so sorry for your loss.”
Children with special health care needs often benefit from having structure in their lives. Any therapist or counselor will tell you that setting up tasks and visual schedules will make your life easier. Here's how you can do it.
After 15 years of being parents to a child with special healthcare needs, my husband and I realized what we can offer this world is experience.
It is never too early to begin planning for a new school year. Here are one mom’s suggestions for connecting with and informing your child’s new teacher.