Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
To celebrate, or not to celebrate? That is the autism question.
Categories: Family Support
A woman risks her job by speaking up for a child with disabilities.
We all know that we have to be our child's voice most of the time. But I continue to be amazed at how hard I have to fight for services that my child is supposed to have.
Categories: Education & Schools
In spite of the hard, demanding times, the sweet moments are still there.
A little "friend" surprises a boy and his therapist.
How one mother's heartbreaking loss was shared with another.
Even after having a child with a disability for 16 years, a couple keeps the love alive.
Every parent needs a break once in a while. Time just for them to refresh and re-energize.
My husband and I are going away to celebrate our anniversary. Here is the planning I have done to ensure our son is safe and cared for while we’re gone. And to be sure we would not worry (too much).
A boy finally discovers his way of helping.
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