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.
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A recent report by the Houston Chronicle indicates tens of thousands, perhaps even hundreds of thousands, of children with special needs in Texas may have been kept out of special education due to caps put in place. This is an extremely troubling report for any advocate or parent of a child with CP, much less those living in Texas.
One interesting way to have fun with your child with special needs involves light. Take a look at a few craft ideas to jump into with your child for some big fun!
In the ongoing effort to provide fun activities for parents and children with Cerebral Palsy to engage in, we've put together a list we hope you find to be a huge success!
Looking to collect Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Mega Bloks toys but can't afford to guess? We've put together the blind bag codes to help make sure your child's day is made!
Beyond acting respectfully to those with Cerebral Palsy, there are specific terms and language that should be used to properly addresses challenges and is welcoming in nature.
We've put together a thorough guide to taking your child with Cerebral Palsy (or other special needs) to the zoo. We hope the tips inspire you and make the process easier for your family so that you can have the best visit possible!
There are more options than ever before to help your child feel confident and comfortable in clothing, even with varying degrees of Cerebral Palsy!
Sometimes we look to our Facebook Page for ideas on what parents and the public are looking to better understand about CP. A common topic that has come up is how hydrocephalus causes Cerebral Palsy. Hydrocephalus itself is a less understood topic, and so determining its connection with a complex condition like Cerebral Palsy can be understandably difficult.
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.