Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
While a mood disorder and severe ADHD are the reasons for much of his behavior, I have come to learn that the ways we respond to his behavior and structure his days account for just as much––or more.
By the time my son John was 17 years old, it was clear that he was going to need help managing his life as an adult. He has multiple disabilities, both physical and intellectual.
Categories: Family Support, Education & Schools, Transition to Adulthood
Doctor visits for your child with a disability or special health care need can be challenging at times. This article offers planning ideas that will help make your child’s doctor visit a more effective one.
A letter written to members of the educational team may help them understand and attempt inclusion for students with complex disabilities.
One family’s experience with a mental health crisis.
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