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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 when ...

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 ...

Celebrating July 4th with a Special Needs Child

The Fourth of July is a fun-filled celebration the whole family can enjoy, however, the fireworks, parades, and crowds can pose a challenge for ch...

National Down Syndrome Congress

Taking the Lead to be NDSC’s Dance Partner Comfees’ mission is to support parents of children with special needs, by offering larger diaper sizes,...

Traveling With Toddlers on Summer Road Trips

Road-tripping and Diaper Changes June is now upon us, which means the school year is wrapping up, warmer weather is approaching, and vacation plans...

Medicaid Reimbursement for Diapers

Parents often take comfort in knowing the expense of diapers and training pants typically doesn’t last more than two or three years. When a child ...

Potty Training Preparation

Don’t let the idea of potty training intimidate you. If you are prepared with the right tools, education, and patient, positive attitude, it’ll go...

Challenges and Gratitude: Parents of Children with Autism Share Holiday Stories

Challenges and Gratitude: Parents of Children with Autism Share Holiday Stories As many parents of children on the Autism Spectrum understand, not ...

5 Ways Halloween Looks Different When Your Child Has Special Needs

5 Ways Halloween Looks Different When Your Child Has Special Needs Halloween is a big evening for kids! Dark nights, spooky stories, scary masks, s...

What To Do When Your Child Outgrows Size 6 Diapers: Comfees® Offers Size 7 Diapers

What To Do When Your Child Outgrows Size 6 Diapers: Comfees® Offers Size 7 Diapers The parenting message boards are buzzing with moms and dads fra...

Autism Sensory Struggles: Potty Training, Unconventional Fashion, and Transitioning from Training Pants

  Parents who have children with autism are all too familiar with sensory sensitivities, hyper-acute reactions to texture changes, and rocky respo...
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