I had never heard about unified sports teams. I think they will help teach kids about others and themselves.
Over the course of the next several weeks I will be introducing you to Carol McMullen, she is the mom of Special Olympics athlete Christopher McMullen who is a member of Team USA and competing in the Athens World Games as a swimmer. Carol is such a superstar that I can’t wait to share hers and Christopher’s stories with you.
What do you do when you suspect development delays…in someone else’s kid?
Developmental delays in preschoolers rarely set you down a straight path. What to do when you’re handed more forks in the road than you can handle.
You can’t make me. I still recall the first time my son said this to me. He was three years old. He was standing at the top of the staircase and I was at the bottom. I had sent him up to his room for…
When should you expect progress? When should you demand a change?
How to get the most out of early intervention services.
“My daughter is speech delayed. So why is my family arguing with me about it?”
Finally an online tool that provides parents and professionals affordable and immediate access to the resources they need to begin working with child on the autism spectrum.
One mom’s fight to take the garbage out…of her kids’ mouths.
Is it possible to throw a birthday party for a kid who hates birthday parties with every fiber of his vestibular system?
Author and mom of a Down Syndrome child, Jennifer Graf Groneberg, shares what she has learned from her first-hand experiences.