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July 2019:

Accessible Homes: The Annual Issue

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Accessible Homes
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Vanquishing the Vexation of Housing for Loved Ones with Psychiatric Disabilities

A great vexation of families navigating mental illness is housing. Once a loved one’s psychiatric situat... Read More

Home Modifications: Thinking Outside the Box

Children and people with disabilities may need modifications to their family home. Beyond the usual ramps and ... Read More

The Efficient Homemaker with Vision Loss

Contrary to popular misperceptions, people with special needs can be efficient homemakers if they set up their... Read More

Creating Accessible Home Bathroom for Children

The conversion of a home bathroom to an accessible bathroom can be a huge challenge for a family, both logisti... Read More

Summer Fun
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Choosing life for a child with Down syndrome

As the abortion rates in the United States climb to 80 and 90 percent, it is important to support familie... Read More

Pal-O-Mine Equestrian: Where Horses are Central to Growth, Learning and Healing

In 1995, Lisa Gatti, an avid horse lover, competitive rider and special education teacher, began a therapeutic... Read More

Screen Smart: Your Digital Tool Kit to Stop Summer Learning Loss

Giving children the chance to talk about the stories they see on screens is simple but beneficial. You’l... Read More

A Parent’s Guide to Picking the Best Camp for Your Child with Special Needs

Every child with a disability has different needs, even those with the same diagnosis. Families may be at... Read More

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

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