Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
"Inclusion" is a buzzword in disability circles and the special education world. But it doesn’t take long to realize that inclusion means very different things to different people.
One mom discusses her frustration when people don’t listen to her daughter who uses a communication device.
Finding a new doctor can be a challenge, especially when your child ages out of their pediatrician’s services. Learn about the process one mom went through to find a new doctor for her child.
One mom writes an honest letter to her friends trying to explain what her life with a child with disabilities entails.
Parents have different ways of celebrating their children’s milestones. Often, parents who have a child with a disability celebrate the tiniest of milestones. It’s just a difference in perspective.
The powerful story of a class of kids forever changed by having a classmate who has a disability.
Trauma Informed Care is an approach that deals with behavior problems by understanding the communication behind the actions—and identifying if they are trauma based.
In this article, a mom discusses segregation within the disability community. She also pleas with readers to stop segregating others with different disabilities.
As a parent, we hope that our adult children will share our love and passion of caring for people with a disability. But what if they don’t share our passion? One mom shares her thoughts on the subject.
Monthly goals help keep your family on track. Here are some ideas for parents to help keep everyone on track and moving forward.
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