Returning to school each fall is a time of both excitement and nervousness for parents and students. For parents who have a child with special needs, this time of year can bring increased anxiety and stress. We worry about all the same things most parents worry about like how will my child do in school? […]
From the moment he was born in January 2010, Lucas Ransom was in a fight for his life. Although he arrived at 33 ½ weeks with a cleft palate that made feeding difficult, he had several other serious problems unrelated to his prematurity that made his condition critical.
I wrote my own interpretation of the 12 Days of Special Needs. Buckle up and read on.
On Dec. 11 in the Considine Auditorium at Akron Children’s Hospital, Dance Unlimited preformed a holiday dance recital called “Believe in the Magic of Christmas.”
Did you know the iPad has built-in accessibility features that support vision, hearing and physical and motor skills?
Baby Jude’s first Summit DD Calico classroom teacher, Lucy, is great. She made our transition into an integrated classroom an easy one. So when she asked me and another Calico mom to speak at her church as part of a disability awareness initiative, I jumped at the chance to repay her.