It is never too late to start getting your community engaged and involved in spreading awareness on disabilities and special needs. We list a few great ways you can start getting everyone working together.
Hippotherapy, also known as horse therapy can be an effective therapy solution for special needs children. It can help with a wide range of intellectual disabilities, language disorders and sensory processing disorders. The therapy has been known to be a much more successful than working in a clinical setting.
Night to Shine is a wonderful event that takes place in all fifty states that gives a wonderful opportunity to many young adults. Where boys and girls can dress up and enjoy a special evening just for them.
If you have a loved one with Cerebral Palsy, there is a special day in March that you should be aware about. National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day is on March 25th and we give you some great ideas that you can do to help raise awareness.
Finding a daycare that fits your desires can be a struggle for many parents of children with special needs. A daycare center in Philadelphia is changing up the game when it comes to child care services and other organizations need to take note.
Parenting is a full-time job and sometimes a hard one. Creating helpful habits can make it easier by increasing the bond with your child, a better understanding of their education and a healthier lifestyle for yourself.
New technology for Voice Output Communication Aids are not only giving a voice to the voiceless but also helping give people a unique identity thanks to the human voice bank.
Social Media can be a great tool when it comes to finding the latest information and resources for your child with special needs. Twitter is a great way in connecting with families and organizations that can help you.
After a big holiday rush, stay home with the kids and have your own New Year's Party. These activities and crafts are a great way to ring in the New Year!
While every child may struggle to decide what their Halloween costume will be, children with special needs are far more limited in their options. Have a look at some suggestions to keep in mind when navigating your child's costume this year!