If you’re a parent struggling with your kid’s screen time, this coin system might be the solution you’ve been looking for!
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Looking for a great holiday daytrip to take with the kids? You can all get into the Spirit of the Season at ICE! Gaylord Opry Mills in Nashville. Read our review before you gas up the car.
A special needs advocate can help you understand your and your child’s rights as well as what the school system you are in should do in order to meet your child’s needs.
It can be easy to lose sight of the positives that these challenges can bring to the people that they are growing to become. Let’s focus on special needs strengths today.
Alabama restructured their high school diploma tracks in 2013, changing up each student’s path to graduation. Here is what you need to know.
What happens when you watch your child struggle with something that might seem innate to you, but makes your child burst into tears every time? Dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia – the top three D’s of learning challenges and how to recognize them in your child.
The retailers listed here all have toys for children with all types of special needs. I encourage you to look beyond age or gender and consider toys or activities that fit the individual child and his or her needs. These sites should help you with suggestions and ideas for doing just that.
Parenting ADHD can be lonely and confusing, but there are lots of effective options for you to consider. Take it from a parent who has been there – you are not alone!
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Sometimes it’s a stranger in Target making a comment about why you don’t discipline your child in a certain way. Perhaps it’s a relative questioning why you don’t do something or why you’re so worried about something that is probably a “just a phase”. This month’s column can help get you thinking about what to do in those moments.