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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!
Loving a child doesn't mean giving in to all his whims; to love him is to bring out the best in him, to teach him to love what is difficult. ~ Nadia Boulanger
Back to school special needs posts can be hard to find, so Different Dream has compiled 11 that have been featured on the website in the past.
Isolation in special needs parents is a common side effect of caregiving for kids with disabilities. Here are 5 tips to help you connect with other people.
The Dream Team Link Share is beating the heat with a way for special needs bloggers to share their stuff with others. Add yours all Tuesday long.
Deep summer is when laziness gains respectability. ~ Sam Keen
I don't know why God allows children to suffer, but his word shows me to how to respond to suffering when it comes.
These 3 special needs transition techniques can make the beginning of a new school year easier for you, your child, and everyone in the family.
The Dream Team link share is heading into the dog days of summer with another opportunity for special needs bloggers to share their stuff. Thanks for sharing your experiences and expertise.
What it's like to be a parent: It's one of the hardest things you'll ever do but in exchange it teaches you the meaning of unconditional love. ~ Nicholas Sparks
Across 1 ocean, 7 time zones, 2 cultures, and in 2 different languages, I discovered 2 universal special needs stressers moms grapple with: time and assurance.
What to do when a child has ADHD and the school can't see it? During the last school year, Trish Shaeffer dealt with that question and discovered resources and strategies to pass along.
The first Dream Team link share of August is ready for your special needs-related posts. You can add them all Tuesday long. Thanks for sharing!
Prayer is where the action is. ~ John Wesley
Special needs Mom, you can say no. Sheri Dacon learned the hard way after her son was diagnosed with autism. Here are her tips about how & when to say no.
The Dream Team link share is ushering out July with a bang. Special needs bloggers can add their posts all Tuesday long.
Would you like to be the special needs happy ending for a family you know? It's easier than you think and this post explains how to do it.