Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Sometimes there are little treasure gifts a grieving parent can receive from their child who has passed.
Categories: Family Support
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.
When a grandparent loses a grandchild, they grieve twice. Once for the child lost and once for their own child’s loss.
There are many health care options out there. Here are some things that helped our family get the best care possible.
Categories: Diagnosis & Health Care
While parents may dread their child’s annual Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) meeting, planning before the meeting helps our children be more successful in school.
Categories: Education & Schools
Life lessons one mom learned from being her daughter’s mother and caregiver.
Our children depend on us to care for them every day. So we have to stay healthy. Here are some things I do to care for myself.
One doctor can be a hero to one family and an absolute failure for another family. Here is one family’s story.
Categories: Diagnosis & Health Care, Family Support
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