May 10, 2013
Mother’s Day is almost here. In honor of the day and for moms caring for kids with special needs, guest blogger Stephanie Husted is here with a poem for all of you.
Here’s for the Mothers Who…
Once upon a time I rocked my baby doll in a pink plastic cradle that my grandmother had bought me for Christmas. I dreamed of the day that I...
May 9, 2013
School is an important component in the lives of our kids with special needs. Even though the end of the school year is in sight, and your family is dreaming of down time at the beach or in a mountain cabin, now’s the time to start looking for the best school for your child.
Meet Kelley Prince
Kelley Prince addressed the topic in an article at...
May 8, 2013
Dental surgery for kids with special needs is the topic of the day, as it was yesterday. Guest blogger Amy Stout is back again with 5 more tips she learned when her daughter’s shark teeth required dental surgery.
Pediatric Dental Surgery Tip #6
Pack a cup (no straws or sippy cups) and your child’s favorite beverage in a thermos. Put...
May 7, 2013
Dental surgery is a big deal for any child, but the event becomes even more complex for children with special needs. Guest blogger Amy Stout is here with 5 tips she learned when her daughter’s shark teeth required dental surgery. Tomorrow, she’ll be back with 5 more tips you won’t want to miss.
Dental Surgery for Shark Teeth
May 6, 2013
Music is an effective way to promote learning in kids. That’s why the ABCs are set to music, why School House Rock tunes remain successful decades after they first appeared, and why music therapy is an effective intervention for kids with special needs.
Meet Ryan Judd
Ryan Judd is a certified music therapist who blogs at The Rhythm Tree. He...