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November 04, 2016

Unfortunately, bullying exists.  Bullying is a problem for many youngsters in social settings, but those with disabilities face additional challenges.  And responding to bullying can be difficult for both the victim and parents alike.  While those with disabilities like Cerebral Palsy may be at... Read More

August 23, 2016

Q: What do Alanis Morissette, David Hasselhoff, Oprah, Regis Philbin, Cynthia Nixon, and Robin Roberts all have in common? A: Yes, it’s true that they’re all celebrities, but what’s more is they’re all celebrities who have made donations to the... Read More

March 28, 2016

A hot topic in any parenting circle is the idea of monitoring a child's Internet activity, assuming of course that your child is able to interact with a computer and the internet. While some parents worry that it infringes upon their child's privacy, others feel it is an important effort to... Read More

February 24, 2016

Children are curious and will eventually be asking questions about special needs, either due to a family member or friend having a specific condition or due to encountering someone in a store, on the street, etc. It may catch us off guard, especially if it is directed towards our own children.... Read More

November 13, 2015

There are many forms of bullying and there are many signs that can indicate bullying. It is important to look out for signs, especially for special need’s children. They may not understand what is truly happening or they might not have a way to tell someone about it. Either way, a child should... Read More

September 18, 2015

Words are used to express our emotions, needs, and frustrations. Children at a young age learn how to use words to tell others what they are feeling and thinking. As they grow, children might start to use offensive words and realize that they can hurt others with the words they say. As adults,... Read More

September 11, 2015

A lot of awareness has come about surrounding bullying, with children at all ages seeming to become victims of poor treatment. These situations can occur for any number of reasons and different types of bullying can be used. Children need to fully understand bullying; why it happens and what to... Read More

August 28, 2015

A new school year is almost upon us, which is almost impossible to believe! As you have hopefully already dived into our Summer with CP guide and had a blast with your children, returning to class is still right around the corner.... Read More

July 29, 2015

No child can have enough books; a book can take them away from their situation for a while or inspire them to step out of their comfort zone. However, the challenge is still there to find books that are specific to the special needs community. After we completed our... Read More

April 28, 2015

If you haven’t already heard about Bonner Paddock’s tremendous story, we’re hoping to change that in more ways than one.

Bonner Paddock is an inspiring man who has accomplished amazing feats, including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and earning the title of Kona Ironman. Born with Cerebral... Read More