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Tips for a Happy Halloween for a Child with a Disability

Halloween, in addition to other holidays, can look different for children with disabilities. Whether it’s mobility issues, sensory disorders, diet...

Tips for Starting the (School) Year Off on the Right Foot

It’s that time of year again, the house is empty, and you no longer have to come up with numerous activities to entertain your little one every da...

Preparing Your Child with a Disability for School

Prepping Your Child with a Disability for School It’s the end of summer which means most children will be returning to or starting school for the ...

Summer Sun Beating You Down? Ideas of Indoor Activities to Keep Your Little One Entertained

When the weather is too hot to have your child outside or the sun doesn’t feel like shining at all and the rain clouds throw a wrench in outdoor p...

Keeping Your Baby Comfee and Safe This Summer

Can you feel it? The days are getting longer, the air is getting warmer, the sun is shining brighter! It’s the first day of summer and it’s import...

7 Things That Make Motherhood Wonderful

Being a mom can be tough, but in the end, it’s the little moments that make it all worth it. Read more about the seven best parts about being a mom.

The Challenges, Lessons and Love of Growing up with a Sibling with a Disability

In 1995, Claudia Evart founded Siblings Day after losing both of her siblings at a young age. She set up the Siblings Day Foundation (SDF) to establish a national day that follows along with the sentiments of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, and acts as a celebration to honor all family relationships.

What to Pack in a Diaper Bag: A List for New Parents

Taking your little one out can be stressful, especially when you’re a new parent. Luckily, a little preparation will go a long way in making your outing smoother. Having a well packed diaper bag is one of the key factors for a successful outing. 

Preparing your Child for the Holidays

The holiday season can be filled with endless amounts of laughter, joy, and fun, but sometimes the “most wonderful time of the year” can be a bit stressful. From shopping for everyone on your list to excessive travel visiting family and friends, it can be difficult to keep the cheerful holiday spirit alive. 

Baby Safety at Home

As your child grows, they become more active and mobile, from rolling to crawling to walking. Once they become more mobile, it’s time to start implementing baby-proofing products/tactics around the house.

When to Transition from Diapers to Training Pants

  Transitioning your child from diapers to training pants is a fundamental step in the potty-training process. It can be difficult to determine wh...

Reading with Your Autistic Child

  Autism can present many challenges, especially when it comes to your child’s reading and comprehension. Although autism doesn’t always affect a ...
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