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May 2019:

Annual Mobility Issue

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Mobility
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Driving To Learn

Eddie Verratti loves movement. A student at HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy in Philadelphia, the 1... Read More

Drive For Inclusion

As a dedicated member of this parent community, you and your loved ones know all too well the issues and confl... Read More

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, Children of All Abilities...

I want what most parents want for their children, a limitless future. Along my journey as an exceptional paren... Read More

Imagining The Possibilities

When Rachel Rosen’s son was diagnosed with autism, she felt alone with few places to turn for help. She ... Read More

Autism Awareness
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Autism: From Awareness to Acceptance

No one used to know what autism meant. Now it’s headline news. “Light it up blue!” Everythin... Read More

Make Disability Benefits Work for You

This article explores Social Security’s Ticket-to-Work program, a suite of services designed to help peo... Read More

Helping your Child with Autism Transition to Adulthood, the World of Work, and Independence

According to the CDC (2019) 1 in every 59 children has been identified with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).... Read More

Six Ways for the Public to Support Special Needs Parents

Parents of special needs children deserve your respect and support.

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Schools, Camps & Residences
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Keeping Adults with Special Needs Active within a Residential Setting

Adults with disabilities, who are able to, should get at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity, or 75... Read More

Getting Your Child Un-Stuck from Anxiety and Inaction

“Sadly, my daughter wasn’t properly diagnosed until she had a breakdown her first year of college ... Read More

Life Skills From A Mobile Coffee Cart

Oftentimes, as adults with special needs age out of the school system, they lose much of the independence they... Read More

The Dignity of Risk: Going to College

Many parents are not educated on the concept of dignity of risk when we are told our child has an intellectual... Read More

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