Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Wishing for a sibling sometimes turns out to be a surprise! Here is a story of two brothers and their relationship.
Categories: Family Support
You can meet some really kind and caring people on your journey with your child. Here are some of the kind things people did for our family.
Having a child with autism can limit a family’s ability to interact with others and can lead to an isolated environment.
Siblings of kids with special health care needs sometimes ask the hard question … here is one mom’s answer.
If your child receives special education services, you have attended the ARD meeting. Here are some tips (from a mom) to help you have a productive meeting.
Categories: Education & Schools
It’s very important to find support. The best group for the job is other mothers of kids with disabilities.
Oh, the lessons you will learn from your child! Never underestimate the feeling of dancing with no inhibitions.
I see autism as a big ball of rubber bands. I can remove one at a time and still not get to the heart of it.
Having things for your child to do in waiting rooms is one of the daily chores parents must master. It is especially important when waiting for medical procedures or important appointments. Read on to learn some new tips.
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