Visiting Disney World can be daunting for any family. Throw in a special needs child or one with severe food allergies, and it can seem like an impossible task. With a few tips we've outlined below, you can rest easy and feel more comfortable exploring the Happiest Place o.... read more
Experts agree, it's good to get kids out of the house and amongst other kids to help build social skills. When you have a special needs child, sometimes going places can be difficult. Whether you need wheelchair access or a quieter atmosphere, simple excursions like headin.... read more
There are many books for parents of kids with special needs. Some favorites are The Out of Sync Child by Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A., The Late Talker by Marilyn Agin, M.D., Lisa Geng & Malcolm Nicholl, and Following Ezra by Tom Fields-Meyer. And that's just the tip of the iceb.... read more
Whether your child is on the autism spectrum, has developmental delays or another diagnosis, these activities are a great way to sneak in skill development while playing. Below are five great activities for some fun on a rainy day, or any day you have to be indoors. Therapi.... read more
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