Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Working from home brings priorities into focus. I am a caregiver first and everything else second.
Categories: Family Support
Sometimes we need to let our kids be the best they can be, even when we have our doubts.
If anyone can understand the challenges of navigating through the summer break, it’s parents of kids with disabilities.
Categories: Family Support, Transition to Adulthood
I saw a great tweet the other day by a data scientist who said, “Don’t confuse things being explained well with things being dumbed down.”
My partner and I try to get away for a weekend at least once a year to share some quality time without the kids.
Parenting a child with disabilities means constantly learning new things. You may not be aware of it, but all that informal learning leads to expertise.
It is time to acknowledge and provide support for the trauma parents experience when receiving their child’s diagnosis.
Preparation is the key when getting the most out of your child’s medical appointments.
Categories: Diagnosis & Health Care
There are times when we get overwhelmed. Which way is up? How do I deal with all this? Therapy is one of those tools we don’t know we need until we do.
Too often, we confuse the terms empathy and sympathy when thinking about disability.
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