Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
How do you divide your time among all your children so no one feels left out?
Multiple hospitalizations are difficult. But they can also be a time to learn what works and what doesn’t work for your child.
For my family, this summer has been all about adjusting to our daughter's progressing health needs and the changes that brings to all of us.
Getting a wheelchair for your child can be a long process, but so worth it.
What it's like to experience the lack of a medical home—and how one could help.
When you have a child with a medical complexity, you eventually gain the ability to calmly assess a medical necessity.
Finding the smallest positive news at doctor appointments, and being grateful for them, helps this mom keep her hope and strength.
Learn about the grief and loss a parent can feel when mourning the child they envisioned they would have.
It's important for my family to have only supportive people in our circle. Connecting with other parents and parent groups made a huge difference. Here's how.
The time will come when my daughter needs a feeding tube. Not yet, but soon.
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