January is EA TEF Awareness Month. This post offers definitions, facts and figures about a life-threatening and very correctable birth defect.
Guest blogger Scott Newport shares a dream he had about the life and death of his son who lived to the age of 7 with medical special needs.
How can kids with autism comprehend grace? Amy Stout offers with some ideas she uses with her daughter Kylie, whose name means “gift of grace.”
Special ed is serious stuff. But there can be a place for humor in special education as these articles at Wright’s Law show.
Charlotte Thompson’s book about grandparenting a child with special needs is a great resources for extended families.
Mabels Labels can help your child with special needs keep track of stuff they tend to lose…and of kids who sometimes get lost.