Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
We know that kids who have more intense needs are sometimes a challenge. It adds to that challenge when extended family (or close friends) do not understand or are dismissive of the disabilities of our children.
Categories: Family Support
Our 6-year-old came home with lice! But then I launched into “Operation:” for our son.
Categories: Diagnosis & Healthcare
When you have a child with mental illness, the road is long and hard. Finding a lifeline—someone who knows what it is like—can make all the difference.
The daily struggles of raising a child with a disability can cause immense stress. But one look at that little smile makes it worth it.
The decision to medicate your child, especially when they are quite young, is a hard one. But sometimes, it is the best thing to help them.
Categories: Diagnosis & Healthcare, Family Support
Some disabilities make it hard for children to interact. Here is one mother’s experience with how she helps her son make friends.
For a child with a chronic illness, the rebellious teenage years can be stressful and dangerous. Here is one mom’s experience with her teenager.
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