One of the first things you may notice on our newly designed website is a statement in the upper left noting that the site is owned and operated by attorney Ken Stern. This disclosure should not raise an alarm, though. Instead, it represents our founder’s career path and the immediate realization anyone who works with children with special needs has: that more help is needed.
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We are proud to announce the complete launch of the MyChild Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Find out more about this charitable organization and how it looks to help those impacted by Cerebral Palsy!
The world is becoming a more accessible place due to the example Target is setting in putting a Caroline's Cart in nearly every store, nationwide!
We love organizaitons that publish great content! If you're looking for more sites to follow, consider the following!
Make friends and feel heard - consider blogging as a way to share your story within the special needs community. Don't know where to start? We've got a quick introduction to help.
Accessing comprehensive Cerebral Palsy information has been made a whole lot easier with the redesign and development of the new and improved CerebralPalsy.org website!
The old adage goes “you don’t know what you don’t know.” Far too often, those with a child diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy are not given the full spectrum of information they will need for the months and years to come. What’s more, with many state programs ending far too quickly after diagnosis, a gap in knowledge can quickly emerge. This very idea is the foundation of MyChild’s existence: to step in and make information and awareness accessible when other programs fall short.
Looking for other great Cerebral Palsy blogs to consider that focus on special needs and the wide assortment of challenges parents like you face? Have a look at our favorites!
It is that time of year where everyone is scrambling to buy gifts for love ones. It can be a fun time, especially if you include your child in the process. For families with special needs children, it can be hard to involve your child in gift giving. Every child should be included in the fun and adjusting the process for your special needs child can actually be an easy task. These five tips can help you include your child in gift giving and spread the holiday cheer.
Our final craft for your child with special needs is a fun slice of Pumpkin Pie. This craft can serve as an excellent table setter (write each person’s name on the brown crust so they know where to sit!), as well as serving as a fun opportunity for your child to get into the Thanksgiving spirit. Whether your child’s able to eat Pumpkin Pie or just wants to make the craft as a way to decorate your home, this can be a festive way to get the family involved.