For a child who lacks social skills, a behavior contract needs to be clear and thorough.
Extra responsibilities and stress often require parents of kids with special needs to fine tune their marriage. Here are tips on how to stay connected and supportive.
Caregivers of children with disabilities, chronic or terminal illnesses or the elderly need time away. Here's how to find it.
Social practice for kids with autism spectrum disorders and other cognitive deficits can be hard to find. Here's where to look.
Strong family-school relationships improve a child’s chance for success at school. This is especially true for special education.
When planning a vacation with a child who has special needs, begin months ahead and be prepared for false starts. These ideas can help.
For kids with special needs, riding is an enjoyable, educational activity that develops skills and builds friendships.
By assembling this information, parents can give future care providers the knowledge and insight that they may need.