Among the findings: 32 percent of parents who had sought treatment for their child were told their child would outgrow it, further delaying access to instrumental treatment.
A church, mosque or temple should strive for the goal of integrating the entire family, including children with special needs, into the spiritual life of the community. Read More →
That was back when I had answers. I’d see a child behaving poorly and instantly know how to fix that problem. I don’t have answers anymore; I just have children. Read More →
For parents with children on the spectrum, the AAP study confirms what they’ve long known. But sleep concerns have been eclipsed by these other needs. Read More →
The Indoor Winter Games will feature four events that previously had been held on a standalone basis or as part of Special Olympics Pennsylvania’s annual winter or summer games Read More →
I saw tears streaming from Isaac’s terrified eyes, as the mask was pressed against his face. We were there to destroy the nerves in Isaac’s legs. Read More →
One of my greatest fears is trying to push him somewhere he physically can’t go. Like that sports dad yelling from the sidelines, but at a disabled child who literally cannot do what is being asked. Read More →
Testing at birth could allow for optimized early interventions that improve outcomes. Read More →
While conversations about the diagnosis or hospital stays are well meaning, families might not be prepared to have the discussion or answer these personal questions. Read More →
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