Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Our children’s mental health can be overlooked. As a parent, we must advocate for their physical and mental health.
Categories: Family Support
When there is a language barrier, parents have an even tougher time understanding medical terminology.
Categories: Diagnosis & Health Care
I know one of the last things new parents of a child born with physical disabilities will think about is all the specialized equipment their child will need.
How to find transportation for your child with a disability when your car isn’t accessible to them.
Categories: Insurance & Financial Help, Family Support
You will receive bills for your child’s surgeries and procedures—including some bills you don’t see coming. It can be overwhelming and confusing. Here’s how to prepare for the unexpected.
Categories: Insurance & Financial Help
How our family coped with the holidays after the loss of our child.
Sometimes there are little treasure gifts a grieving parent can receive from their child who has passed.
Parenting a child with a disability usually means sleep deprivation. Learning how to get sleep when and however you can be challenging. Here are my tips for getting sleep.
It is so important to teach your family the use of people-first language and why it is so essential. Here is how our family finally learned.
Our daughter recently passed away. She had 2 brothers who loved her. They expressed their grief in different ways. Here is how they managed their grief from the loss of their sibling.
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