A special needs trust is a good start, but how do you fund it?
The increase is "startling," according a Rutgers professor.
A multidisciplinary team works collaboratively to guide individualized treatment and programming to help your child succeed.
“His grades are fine! He doesn’t need an IEP.” Here are the steps to take if you’ve asked for help from the school and have been told this.
It is important to know all of your options before committing to a dental plan. Here are some ways to help you save money when it comes to keeping your teeth clean.
Here are 10 must-buy dollar store items, including toys kids with special needs will enjoy.
Kids with attention deficit disorder may struggle with friendships. Here's how you can help, as a parent and a friend.
These health specialty summer camps give kids a chance to have fun with others who have the same medical condition.