Getting a pet can be a big step for a family but the challenges associated with Cerebral Palsy requires even more consideration. Read on for more information on components to consider when choosing a companion!
Help the transition process when it comes to someone else watching your child by writing a letter to caregivers about your child's special needs. Find out things to include and more in our blog post.
A lot of attention has recently been paid to the idea of body image in today’s young people and the goal of raising children who feel comfortable with their appearance. Barbie toys, manufactured by Mattel, have consistently come under fire for the message these dolls could be sending to children about beauty and social expectations. Similarly, the creation of dolls from diverse ethnicities and body types has made a lot of headway in terms of having toys that more accurately represent young girls and women in society, with little to no negative repercussions.
A check-in with your child, however you choose to do so, can reveal a wide assortment of interests, concerns and more. Finding the time may be difficult but the value can be immense!
Sensory play can be an exceptional manner in which to stimulate your child in fun and unique ways!
When it comes to your child’s wellness and success, the decision is obviously yours. That may seem obvious, but far too many parents don’t truly take control when it comes to their child’s treatment. Yes, medical professionals are well-versed and trained in the issues surrounding Cerebral Palsy. However, just because the hospital recommended a specific professional or doctor for your child’s treatment does not necessarily mean you are limited to that selection.
Avoid feeling isolated: join a support group today! A support group has the power to tie you to other adults like you and break down emotional barriers while providing unique insight and help!
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Talking about challenges to children can be hard. We have a few general tips for explaining Cerebral Palsy to children that we hope inspires a conversation that breaks down stigmas for the younger generation.
When retailers create products to accomodate the special needs community, everyone wins!