Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
Here’s what some people may not know about advocacy—and its impact on raising a child with a disability.
Here are some great ideas from a parent to help organize chores and work toward your child’s success and independence.
Problem-solving skills can be taught. Here is a method that parents can use to teach this skill to their children of any age.
Some parents hold their children back from independence and freedom, feeling that they are protecting them. The truth is that their children cannot grow if they are stuck in their parents’ comfort zones.
Jennifer Allen has created a program to help make driving safer for drivers who have problems with communication.
In our efforts to protect our children, we sometimes make decisions that limit their growth and happiness. What’s a parent to do? Here's one idea.
Todd is in the 9th grade and has an intellectual disability. When he graduates high school, Todd wants to live on his own and work at a pet store. How do we help Todd follow his dreams?
Children become adults and live lives of their own choosing. It’s the natural order of things. Parents of children with disabilities need to plan carefully but should be working toward this goal.
Puberty is rough—for those going through it and those who love them and are trying to help. But when boys with disabilities experience puberty, it can look quite different than you might expect.
Learn about one young man's path to getting his first job—and how to transition into the workplace with the help of your child's high-school transition program and teacher assistance.
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