Cerebral palsy means no empty nest for Trish Shaeffer and her husband. Even so, they are looking forward to an adventure-filled with their son.
Explaining the coronavirus to people with special needs and disabilities requires creativity and good resources. This post offers plenty of both.
The coronavirus is scary but I’ve been through scary times before and so have you. That’s why we can cling to hope in when frightening things happen.
Families staying home because of COVID-19 can use sensory Easter activities to make this joyous celebration accessible for every child in our homes.
These are unprecidented times, but there are common sense ways caregivers can navigate the COVID-19 outbreak. Lillian Flake shares 4 strategies today.
Caregivers fear the future, especially those caring for children who will outlive them. Here are 3 practical ways to help ease fear in caregiving families.