A Camp for Everyone

A Camp for Everyone

by Hana Alanis Summertime, and the living is easy…. Unless you’re a parent of a child living with a disability, summer takes on a different tone: one of apprehension. What are we going to do every day? How do I make sure regression doesn’t happen? Will he have the...

A Place for Everyone

By Melanie Isaacs I was only five when my Uncle Brian passed away. He and my Uncle Billy, who died before I was born, had Duchenne muscular dystrophy. I do not remember the hardships they faced or the struggle my parents and grandparents had keeping them comfortable...

IEP vs. 504

By Nora Heston Tarte If you’re the parent to a child who has ever struggled in school, it’s possible you’ve heard the terms Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and 504 Plan thrown around. The question is, do you know what these two plans are? Sure, both were created...

The Disorganized Child

By Kim Heitzmann We’ve all had moments of frustration with our children. Does it take them too long to get ready for school in the morning? Are they constantly losing their homework or forget to turn in completed work? Do they forget to do a chore immediately after...

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