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The Autism Site offers 6 skill categories of toys to browse to help enhance the play and development of children on the autism spectrum.
Kozie Clothes provides clothing designed especially for babies and kids with medical or sensory processing needs including onesies for G-tube fed babies, weighted vests and blankets, and more!
More resources still to come!
In the meantime, check out our most recent blog posts!
It’s a cruel season that makes you get ready for bed while it’s light out. ~Bill Watterson
Special education stats are mystifying, but this handy infographic lays out the facts in an easy-to-grasp manner. Prepare to be surprised by the numbers!
Nasty little whispers, also known as lies, can make a caregiver's life miserable. This post exposes 3 of the lies and to 3 truths to silence them.
The Dream Team Link Share is beating the summer heat with a new link share. Add your special needs-related posts all Tuesday long.
I identified these 9 characteristics of parents raising kids with special needs at our recent Wonderfully Made Family Camp. Do you agree with them?
Happy Independence Day!
The Dream Team Link Share is getting ready for the 4th of July with a Dream Team Link Share for special needs bloggers.
Being a mom means kids banging on the bathroom door like SWAT, asking for a drink, while you're in the shower. And Dad is in the kitchen. ~ @SarcasticMommy4
Planting a garden for a friend with cancer seemed a too small, too easy thing for guest blogger Heather Johnson. But the act planted seeds of joy in both their hearts.
The Dream Team Link Share is finishing out June with a link share. Bloggers can add posts about summer fun, 4th of July plans, and more!
June is PTSD Awareness Month, and though I'd rather stick my head in the sand, I'm writing this post for one overarching reason.
In summer, the song sings itself. William Carlos Williams
A sensory friendly Fourth of July sounds like an oxymoron, but guest blogger Trish Shaeffer's tips can make it a reality this Independence Day.
When universal design became part of God's design for my father's illness and our family, it planted the seed to make the church more inclusive in my heart.
The Dream Team Link Share invites bloggers to add special needs posts about summer fun, travel ideas, and 4th of July plans all Tuesday long.
Sometimes the poorest man leaves his children the richest inheritance. ~ Ruth E. Renkel