Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Leigh is in her final years of public school and is preparing for the transition to adult life. One of her transition goals is to have a job doing something she likes.
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For me, it’s the memories of the little things that matter the most.
We know that self-care is important. But let’s be honest, we put our kids first and ourselves last. Especially when our kids are not at their best. Here’s how we can give ourselves a break now and then.
My daughter, Alex, has loved being a Girl Scout. She has been included in her troop and experienced the Girl Scout Promise firsthand.
I know one of the last things new parents of a child born with physical disabilities will think about is all the specialized equipment their child will need.
When you have a kid with neurodiversity, it may leave them feeling like they are not accepted in the outside world. Here’s how you can remind them how important they are.
I’ve come to realize that for me and my family, life is imperfectly beautiful. While we did not choose the life we’ve been given, we embrace it. We even celebrate it!
I had a terrifying thought the other day: I’m not doing enough to teach my son that his body is his to control.
Did you have a diary as a child? Did you write in it for a week and then forget about it? Find it! Use it! It can help in many ways.
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