SCHOOLS, CAMPS & RESIDENCES

Keeping Adults with Special Needs Active within a Residential Setting

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

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

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

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

Transitioning into Summer: Finding Camps for Children with Special Healthcare Needs

Transitioning into Summer: Finding Camps for Children with Special Healthcare Needs

For many families, it can take months of planning to ensure as many needs as possible are met. To further comp... Read More

Turning Camp Staff & Volunteers into Caring Leaders

Turning Camp Staff & Volunteers into Caring Leaders

Cultivating a love of service and selflessness opens the window to a world that I want to live in, and one tha... Read More

Looking at School Placements from Both Sides of the Table

Looking at School Placements from Both Sides of the Table

A good way for parents to engage as an equal member of their child’s study team and ensure they can make... Read More

Endrew F. Supreme Court Case: Strengthening the Voices of Families at IEP Meetings

Endrew F. Supreme Court Case: Strengthening the Voices of Families at IEP Meetings

Many parents have had an experience similar to the one faced by Endrew F.’s parents, in which their chil... Read More