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Area Adaptive Playgrounds

Area Adaptive Playgrounds

8 inclusive playgrounds with adaptive equipment for kids with special needs

April 2014
Vacation Planning and Special Needs

Vacation Planning and Special Needs

How to go plan a destination family vacation when you've got a child with special needs.

January 2014
MK Mom: Larisa Parker

MK Mom: Larisa Parker

MK Mom Larisa Parker shares how she parents her family of four

December 2013
Sleep Issues in Kids with Special Needs

Sleep Issues in Kids with Special Needs

How to deal with the snoring, sleep apnea and sleep disorders that often affect kids with special needs and can be linked to learning disabilities.

December 2013
Record a Family Medical History

Record a Family Medical History

A family health history helps doctors know how to treat you and your kids.

November 2013
Dual Enrollment for Special Education

Dual Enrollment for Special Education

The pros and cons of dual enrollment for special education

November 2013
Vocational Training Prepares Young Adults for the Future

Vocational Training Prepares Young Adults for the Future

How vocational training in the Delaware Valley prepares students for career success. Plus, school-to-adult transition planning begins at 14.

October 2013
Repetitive Stress

Repetitive Stress

How to cope with repetitive behavior often found in kids with autism

September 2013
5 Simple Steps to Conquering the Transition from Early Intervention to Kindergarten

5 Simple Steps to Conquering the Transition from Early Intervention to Kindergarten

A step-by-step guide to helping children with special needs transition from early intervention services to special education in Kindergarten

August 2013
How to Support Siblings of Kids with Special Needs

How to Support Siblings of Kids with Special Needs

Siblings of children with special needs often feel frustrated or resentful of the family dynamic. Moms from Pennsylvania and Delaware explain how they support and pay attention to all their kids, not just the one with special needs.

July 2013
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