Jun 12, 2013
Summertime fun gets a little harder to manufacture as the calendar inches toward mid-July. So today’s post is dedicated to two companies that make fantastic, fun toys for kids with special needs. These recommendations come from my friend Katie Wetherbee who blogs about special needs at Diving for Pearls. Kati’s background is in special...
Jun 10, 2013
Emotions can be an enigma to kids with special needs. They often find it difficult to express their own emotions or to identify what they or others are feeling. A post at Lending Hands Resources gives parents a peek into the whys and hows to connect kids with special needs to their emotions.
How to Help Kids with Special Needs Express Their...
Jun 6, 2013
The picky eater population among kids with special needs is a large one, and for good reason. Many children with special needs have sensory processing issues associated with their diagnoses. Some of those issues include sensitivity to the texture, taste, and temperature of foods.
Picky Eater Advice from Lynn Jackson
Lynn Jackson of...
May 24, 2013
Children’s museums can be a fun summertime excursion for families. Since summer will be here before we know it, now’s the time to plan for a successful trip to the children’s museum near where you live.
Thank You Ellen Seidman and Nora Moynihan
Not too long ago, Ellen Seidman of Love That Max asked Nora Moynihan, children’s...
May 22, 2013
A letter of intent is a document parents need consider while creating a special needs trust for their children. One chapter of Different Dream Parenting: A Practical Guide to Raising a Child with Special Needs deals exclusively with special needs trusts and briefly mentions letters of intent. But a post at Friendship Circle of Michigan discusses...