Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Palliative care is about making the most out of life while supporting complex patients and their family. I am so glad we found them.
Constipation is a norm for many children with disabilities but difficult to discuss. Here are some suggestions and tips that parents can use to deal with their child’s constipation.
Each child with special healthcare needs will have their own unique care team that is specific to all their needs. Here's a simple explanation of who should be a part of your care team.
The decision to medicate your child, especially when they are quite young, is a hard one. But sometimes, it is the best thing to help them.
The word "hospice" comes with a lot of negative images. This stigma is very unfortunate. For the families that need hospice, it can be an amazing service.
After years of doctor visits, our son is tired of them and shuts down as soon as we get to the office – just when we need him at his best. Here are things we do to help him be himself.
There are many opportunities for parents to provide natural occurring activities to help their children learn—and improve—their skills.
The process of getting a diagnosis for your child can be daunting. A mother shares her experience and her thoughts on what to expect.
Here are some great suggestions for organizing and keeping track of home therapy treatments and medication schedules for a child with multiple disabilities.
Feeding tubes can make all the difference to a child with sucking and swallowing problems. Learn about them during Feeding Tube Awareness Week.
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