Children and Parents

Children and Parents
A Good Teether Can Be a Sanity Saver!
A good teether can be a sanity saver, just ask any mommy with a fussy baby! The new Nawgum teether will be your new BFF in baby oral support. Designed with safety and comfort in mind,...
Survivor host Jeff Probst Speaks Out for Organ Donation
The Taylor’s Gift Foundation is all about giving the gift of life.   The Beginning with Taylor Todd and Tara Storch started the Taylor’s Gift Foundation in 2010 when their...
The Best Way to Take Care of Your Kids, is To Take Care of Yourself
Parenting any child is no easy task, but when you have a child with a developmental and/or physical disability, life often revolves around the needs and services that your child has. And...

Activities

Activities
Play is Therapy and Therapy is Play”
Play is a cornerstone of development for all children. Consider the cognitive engagement when children are working on a puzzle, or the motor skills and coordination involved in playing...
Minimize Chlorine in Yourself and Your Child
With summer here, swimming pools expose us to large concentrations of chlorine. Use NDF® or NDF Plus® to minimize chlorine in yourself and your child. Swim safe at the beach or in your...
Routine - Change Can Be Good
Everyone looks forward to vacation, right? Well, when it’s an actual vacation from the daily grind, maybe!   Parents of special needs children often become anxious about time off...

Products and Services

Products and Services
New Technology For Leg Bag Users: How the Freedom Flow™ II is Changing Lives
Asking for help with personal care can be uncomfortable at times. For some people it’s a daily occurrence. People using a catheter have to deal with the extra chore of emptying their leg...
Rib-it-Ball
The Rib-it-Ball is a patented product originally created for a little boy born without eyes.  The challenge from the boy’s mother was to create a ball that is light weight, makes sound...

Legal

Legal
Creating a Legal Plan for Your Child’s Future
There is no “one size fits all” approach that parents of a child diagnosed within the “autism spectrum” should take as the child approaches their 18th birthday. The abilities and the needs...
I&RS vs. 504 Accommodation Plan vs. IEP
You’ve heard about the I&RS Plan and the 504 Accommodation Plan as well as the IEP, but what are these documents? How are they different? When are they relevant to your child? And most...
Financial Gifts for Children with Special Needs
It is a grandparent’s right to spoil the grandchildren. But if your grandchildren have special needs, giving them large financial gifts may have unintended consequences.  Many...