Activities for Everyone

By Nora Heston Tarte Arizona kids get ready to party! From splash-worthy swim programs to adaptive sports, there’s an activity for everyone to enjoy in the Valley. Local businesses and organizations feature inclusive programs that allow children with special needs to...

Neurofeedback

By Nora Heston Parents of children with neurological disorders face many challenges raising their children in a world that is catered toward neurotypical children, free of known neurological disorders. Many of these parents would do anything to safely curb the...

Parents Ask: Estate Planning

Q: My child has specials needs. How do I ensure that she is legally protected in the event that something happens to my spouse and me? Kari – Glendale A: You should definitely consider establishing an estate plan. Individuals put off estate planning because they...

Swimming with Autism

By Lana Whitehead Individuals with autism spectrum disorders experience levels of sensory perception that most of us cannot comprehend. However, children with autism are very capable of participating in athletics. In fact, exercise gives them sensory stimulation...

Memory & Learning

By Lynn Carahaly, M.A., CCC-SLP Children who receive poor grades in reading and mathematics, have problems finishing schoolwork, or have a hard time paying attention are often labeled “unmotivated” by parents and teachers. The challenge may not actually be a lack of...

Foster Care and Adoption in Arizona

By Michelle Talsma Everson National Adoption Day is November 22 and, according to NationalAdoptionDay.org, there are more than 100,000 children in the U.S. foster care system available for adoption. Here in Arizona, there are nearly 16,000 children in state foster...

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