The sooner a Cerebral Palsy diagnosis can be made, the better. Here are some of the first signs and symptoms of Cerebral Palsy.
Eating healthy is so important for growing bodies and minds. Make sure your child is getting the nutrition they deserve.
In the United States a whopping 2.2 million people depend on a wheelchair for day-to-day tasks and mobility. Yet, there are still an enormous amount of places that limit accessibility for wheelchair users. When it comes to parks and recreational areas this denies extreme safety and learning privileges.
Bullying has become a nationwide epidemic and mainly occurs to children in a social setting. Read about the proactive measures you can take to prevent bullying.
Get your child into the fun with sensory toys that will not only provide joy but also stimulate them intellectually! Who said therapy and learning couldn't be fun?
With advances in technology, video games have become a legitimate source of education, fun and therapy for children with special needs!
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!
We always like to feature unique approaches to safety and seasons, especially given the unique challenges that can emerge in different scenarios.
You may be wondering if your child has sensory difficulties. We list some signs of Sensory Processing Disorder that can help give you a clue if your child’s might have something more than just an odd habit or quirk.
Many people with Cerebral Palsy have associated speech challenges, sometimes requiring computer assistance in order to communicate by voice. For those with severe enough difficulties, text-to-speech computer assistance can change lives and is a revolutionary communication enabler. However, the number of voice options from which to choose are quite small, and the result is a kind of “one voice fits all” scenario where little girls and grown men alike share an audibly indistinguishable voice.