(Press Release) On May 30, four guys began their journey of traveling 6,000 miles – an experience that will change them for a lifetime. It may seem like just another cross-country road trip to the west coast, but it couldn’t be further from ordinary. These four guys are part of “Guys Group,” . . . → Read More: Documentary About a Group with Special Needs
My son’s school had Open House yesterday. He is now a high school student. I’m still processing that. Time goes by so fast. This year, my son will have to adjust to having more than one teacher. The good news is that the high school students won’t have to switch classrooms multiple times throughout . . . → Read More: Open House and Meeting With New Teachers
North Shore families, and those from across the country, overwhelmed by caring for a special needs child will get professional guidance this weekend. Protected Tomorrows, a Lincolnshire advocacy firm for the special needs community, will hold a workshop, “Bringing You Protected Tomorrows: Your Journey through an Eight-Step Special Needs Planning Program,” Saturday, June 23, . . . → Read More: Special Needs Child and Planning a Safe Future
Welcome to the First Special Needs Blog Hop. The beginning of many more Special Needs Blog Hoppin Thursdays!
Autism Learning Felt and Super Mommy To The Rescue have come together to host a Special Needs Blog Hop. With all the Blog Hops around just how many of them are dedicated to Special Needs? . . . → Read More: Special Needs Blog Hop
There’s no two ways about it: sending a child off to college is tough. Aside from monetary concerns like tuition, the dorm, books, and other living expenses, there is also the emotional strain of releasing your long-time dependent into the world on their own, knowing that this is their sink or swim moment and . . . → Read More: Autism and College: Make it Work for Your Special Needs Child
I have been working on lining up companies that might be interested in participating in a Special Needs Blogger Conference. I have had several reply that they might be interested, and to please keep them updated with information. Now I’m thinking, do we really need another blogger conference?
If a blogger wants to learn . . . → Read More: Do We Need Another Blogger Conference?
I am often asked: “How do I support the artistic development of my disabled child now and as he grows up? What community resources are available for him?”
I believe it is very important to identify and cultivate the artistic skills and interests of children with disabilities. There are several reasons for this. First, . . . → Read More: How To Support The Artistic Development of Your Special Needs Child