Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
I have read there’s a difference between meltdowns and tantrums. But last week, I could see it plainly.
Categories: Family Support
Scheduling can sometimes be the difficult part of parenting a child with autism. Here's how I handle it.
Do you have a child with medical complexity in your home? Here are some ways to have visitors follow house rules to keep your child safe.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and autism often go hand in hand. Here’s how our family deals with the hyperactivity without medications.
Categories: Diagnosis & Healthcare, Family Support
There are so many people in our children's lives. But the ones who continue to cheer your child on are the ones you need the most.
After 17 years of waiting, hoping, and praying, I think we are finally seeing a glimpse of hope.
Categories: Family Support, Transition to Adulthood
Separation anxiety goes hand-in-hand with autism. You can find article after scholarly article on this exact subject - separation anxiety and autism. Here’s one family’s experience with it.
When a grandparent loses a grandchild, they grieve twice. Once for the child lost and once for their own child’s loss.
Here's one mom's take on why inclusion is such a hotly debated topic.
We’ve all been there: We get a new diagnosis for our child and we run straight to Google. How do you know what sites to trust and which sites are bogus? There is so much information out there. Trying to make your way through it all can be confusing.
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