Nov 19, 2010
If your child participates in services like speech or physical therapy, you’re probably acquainted with milestones – those markers waited for anxiously but sometimes slow in coming when a child has special needs.
Katy Bird and Inchstones
In a September blog post at www.friendshipcircle.org, Katy Bird talks about a strategy that helps her...
Nov 18, 2010
Turkeys aren’t the only critters who get nervous around Thanksgiving. The holiday can be stressful for kids with special needs and their parents, too.Dennise Goldberg described her family’s solution for Thanksgiving stress in a blog post at www.specialeducationadvisor.com. See what you think of her solution.
Does her honesty may give you...
Nov 17, 2010
Sometimes, caring for your child with special needs means you can’t spend as much time with your other children as you wish. Guest blogger Scott Newport knows how you feel. He says, “With all the special needs Evan endured I occasionally found myself neglecting Noah. Penni always reminded me to take time with him too.” With that in...
Nov 16, 2010
The special holiday edition of Parenting Special Needs Magazine is online and ready for readers! As usual the issue is packed with informational and inspirational articles. Here’s a brief run down.
Feature articles cover a broad range of topics like:
A Holiday Gift Guide
How to Tap into Grant Money for...
Nov 15, 2010
For many years Temple Grandin, a highly gifted woman with autism, has been a spokeswoman for others who also have autism. But now another gifted woman is sharing her insights about life with autism.
Lisa is a biomedical engineering student at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. She blogs at Reports from a Resident Alien, sharing her...