Here are some helpful tips and resources for raising a child with a disability from a mom who’s raised two!
Most of us look forward to breaks in our routine. It’s the time to sleep in, clean out closets, catch up on movies, and visit with friends. I welcome the chance for all of this, but for my son, it’s not that simple.
By the time May rolls around, most parents are counting down the days to summer. But before the school year ends, make time to ask your child’s teacher these important questions about how to best support your child in the classroom.
A new law called the ABLE Act will help many people with disabilities save money. Here’s what you need to know.
I realize that while I may be an educated parent, I can always learn something new to help my son and other families navigate the world of disabilities. I have learned so much in an online course called "Partners in Policymaking."
All parents play an important role as their child’s advocate. For parents of children with disabilities, this role may last a lifetime. Yet it is also about giving your child the support they need to make their own choices.