Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
I am so excited I can hardly stop thinking about the possibilities that lie ahead. Advocating for change to John’s IEP is rarely a walk in the park. But the first step was not as challenging as expected; now we wait.
Categories: Family Support
Leigh is in her final years of public school and is preparing for the transition to adult life. One of her transition goals is to have a job doing something she likes.
Time flies! My daughter, Dakota, is in middle school now. Along the way, she’s pursued her interests with the support of her teachers and friends.
Categories: Education & Schools
My daughter, Alex, has loved being a Girl Scout. She has been included in her troop and experienced the Girl Scout Promise firsthand.
When you have a kid with neurodiversity, it may leave them feeling like they are not accepted in the outside world. Here’s how you can remind them how important they are.
I’ve come to realize that for me and my family, life is imperfectly beautiful. While we did not choose the life we’ve been given, we embrace it. We even celebrate it!
Our son—who has ADHD, autism and a couple of other diagnoses—goes to a school that prides itself on being inclusive. But what does “inclusive” mean in practice?
How one young man with some challenges goes to work and gains confidence, skills and purpose.
Individualized Education Program (IEP) can mean different things to different people. Here are three interpretations of the acronym “IEP.”
Categories: Family Support, Education & Schools
Parent input is critical for a child’s success. As a mom I became an active participant in my child’s ARD/IEP meeting. It made all the difference.
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