Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
After my daughter passed away, I also lost my own identity and purpose in life. How do you go forward from there?
To advocate for our children, we must be informed and active in the decision-making processes—from local to state to national concerns. There are tools to assist in finding helpful resources.
The trauma some parents experience caring for a child with a chronic illness may lead to post-traumatic stress disorder.
Distraction: Appointment anxiety’s greatest enemy
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the impact my son’s disability has on my older, neurotypical son.
I am a mother of twin 11-year-old boys. One has autism and one does not—always making for an interesting dynamic. Here was our experience traveling internationally together.
Parents have rights when it comes to special education disagreements. One of these rights is due process.
One mom writes an honest letter to her friends trying to explain what her life with a child with disabilities entails.
Having a medically complex child is VERY expensive. Here is a story of how one family manages financial challenges.
Bullying is a problem that affects everyone.
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