They may sound similar, but there is a big difference between ADHD and ADD. Let’s explore the history of and confusion between the two terms.
Finding enjoyable activities that are inclusive and accommodating can be difficult.
Learn how to handle disappointment with these 6 tips for parents whose disabled kid is never invited to parties.
Here are a few basic strategies for managing overstimulation at events to ensure everyone can participate and enjoy the experience.
Using Autistic with a capital “A” is a way to show respect for Autistic individuals and celebrate their unique strengths and perspectives.
Blind kids can enjoy art in several ways without relying on sight. Here are some ways to make art accessible to blind children:
Planning an Easter egg hunt? Make sure it’s inclusive and accessible to all children! Check out these tips to create a fun and inclusive event for everyone.
Discover how taking care of yourself as a parent of a child with disabilities can make all the difference in providing the best care for your child.
Do you know the differences between the terms “Deaf” and “hard of hearing”? Learn about the differences between Deaf culture and the hard of hearing community and how to respect each person’s right to define their own disability.
Let’s explore what stimming is, why it’s important, and which toys and tools your Autistic kid might love to use while they stim!