Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Do we all have that “what if?” moment—when you wonder what the world would be like if your child didn’t have a disability?
Categories: Family Support
When a child finally wants to put in his 2 cents.
Any parent would love to peek inside their child's head to see what they know.
For parents of a child with autism and/or a seizure disorder, travel preparation is critical.
Categories: Education & Schools
In our family, my son has autism and I have a rare health disorder. I need to have a plan for his care if I cannot care for him.
A rare and precious moment enjoyed by our family at Christmas.
Sometimes we forget that our children are limitless. At any given moment, they can surprise us when we least expect it.
Parents, teachers, and therapists all communicating and working together can greatly benefit your child.
Categories: Family Support, Education & Schools
As a first-time parent, I remember thinking that of all the things I missed the most, sleep was at the top of the list. Now there is no doubt in my mind whatsoever.
Here is how our family enjoyed the happy occasion of our son's sweet 16th birthday with not a meltdown in sight.
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