Get your child out of the house in fun and unique ways with our list of outdoor activities that can expand your child's imagination and spring-time fun!
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Approaching someone who uses inappropriate language regarding an individual with special needs can be difficult but necessary. Find out more about handling the 'r-word' and more.
Getting your child the education he or she deserves is a top priority for parents. Optimizing your child's IEP through planning ahead, while also reviewing the previous school year(s) is a great way to make next year even better!
Far too many parents limit themselves on buying toys for their child with Cerebral Palsy due to a number on the box. Don't hesitate to go beyond an 'intended audience' and into your child's joy and happiness!
Regardless of your parenting approach, you can agree a lot can be learned from having open communication with your child regarding their internet activity. We touch on this delicate topic and ideas for parents in our blog post.
Give your child a road map for success with a goal board that documents all they've gotten done and how it's helping them reach their goals!
Sled hockey is a unique sport that is only growing in popularity. Find out more about an exciting sport that may be an option for your child with Cerebral Palsy!
Believe it or not, spring holidays are already right around the corner. In the season of fake grass, high-sugar treats and bunny rabbits, it’s natural to want to help your child however you can get into the holiday spirit! With dietary limitations and certain activities perhaps being too difficult or challenging due to symptoms related to your child’s CP, it may feel impossible to actively participate in some of the more time-honored traditions like decorating eggs or hunting for treats.
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.