Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
High-functioning autism does not mean “easy” or less autistic. One young man struggles to find his way in a world that just doesn’t understand.
Categories: Diagnosis & Healthcare, Family Support
Advocacy can be a natural part of parenthood but learning when to relinquish the role of advocate might be more of a challenge.
Categories: Family Support
Some children struggle once they reach school. How can parents help support their child by getting them the services they need to succeed?
Categories: Education & Schools
Finding childcare and keeping kids occupied are two challenges parents of kids with disabilities face during the summer.
Camp CAMP gives children and youth with varying disabilities the opportunity to play and learn together in a safe, fun place.
Here are three personal examples of Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) that show different options for education placement.
Autism Lifeline Links (ALL) is a new concept in care coordination for individuals and families living with an autism diagnosis in the San Antonio area.
As your child’s parent, you are an important member of their educational team. I hope these tips help you along the way.
Having a child (or children) with disabilities can be stressful. This is how one parent learned to meet her children's needs and her own.
Parents of children with disabilities must take care to ensure their marriage can survive the ups and downs of parenting their children.
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