Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Parents have rights when it comes to special education disagreements. One of these rights is due process.
What does it feel like to finally get the dreaded diagnosis/label? Here is one mother’s story.
Many families live with mental illness. One mom tells the significance of the hole her teenage son punched in the wall.
Everyone always asks if you are taking care of yourself, but no one can really tell you when or how to do that. Here are some suggestions from a mom who has been there.
My son graduated from high school, but he does not have the job skills to get or hold a job—and he has a disability. Now what? How is he going to live on his own?
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Not all disabilities are easy to see. Parents talk about what it’s like to have a child with visible or invisible disabilities.
One college student describes living with bipolar disorder.
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