Vehicle Modifications for Drivers With Disabilities

Vehicle Modifications for Drivers With Disabilities

The day our kids get old enough to drive is a thrilling and terrifying moment for parents. This is especially true for our kids with disabilities. We want them to have access to every opportunity but driving means they’re going to be out of our supervision… and out of our protection. First, take a deep breath and trust that you have prepared them for this. When you’ve got your nerves under wraps, it’s time to equip them with anything you can to make their driving experience go more smoothly. That…

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Top Tips for Raising Your First Toddler

Top Tips for Raising Your First Toddler

Kids grow up so fast. One minute, you’re taking your baby home from the hospital, and the next, they’re going off to kindergarten. For this reason, you must embrace all the time you have with your children—including those terrible toddler years. Here are some top tips for raising your first toddler that’ll make the experience a little less challenging. Kid-Friendly Space Toddlers take over everything. That’s why you need to follow certain tips for designing a kid-friendly space when you have a toddler in the house. Here are some things…

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Tips for Setting up Your Homeschool Space

Tips for Setting up Your Homeschool Space

When you’re homeschooling your child, a designated learning space is essential for them and the entire family. It can be easy to allow your homeschool materials to take over your whole house. But having a specific learning space will improve your child’s concentration and motivation, especially when you have students with learning disabilities. You don’t need to overhaul every room to accommodate an at-home learning space. With a few simple strategies, you can create an effective classroom right at your kitchen table. Here are a few tips for setting up…

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How To Help Your Special Needs Child Get a Job

How To Help Your Special Needs Child Get a Job

Whether you have an older special needs child or just want to prepare ahead of time, it’s is never too early to think about your child’s career. We all hope for the biggest and best careers for our children, but to get there, you must start somewhere. As you plan for your child’s success, here is how to help your special needs child get a job. Patience and Encouragement Before you start looking and applying for jobs with your child, you must approach the situation with delicacy. Depending on how…

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Ways To Help a Child With ADHD Drive Safely

Ways To Help a Child With ADHD Drive Safely

When your child has a disability of any kind, it will stick with them for the entirety of their life and through all the activities that they do. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, affects a person’s ability to do anything that requires intense focus—even driving. While it’s not impossible to drive safely with ADHD, it can put your child at a higher risk of dangerous driving when you’re not around. Give your child the tools they need to learn independence by using these ways to help a child with…

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Tips for Helping Your Child with Autism Sleep Better

Tips for Helping Your Child with Autism Sleep Better

The world is an exciting place. There’s so much to take in that sometimes it’s hard to close your eyes at night. This is especially true for kids on the autism spectrum. With their minds racing and their senses alight, sleep can feel out of reach. That may be one reason why as many as 80 percent of kids on the spectrum suffer from insomnia. But that doesn’t mean we can’t help our kids nod off at night. You just need a little patience and some assistance from our tips…

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How To Create a Stress Free Space at Home

How To Create a Stress Free Space at Home

Have the struggles and challenges of everyday life been getting to you? Don’t let them! Instead, find different ways to ease your stress. A simple and easy way to start relieving your stress is to allow for yourself to have a safe and secure, stress-free area at home. For a look at how to create a stress-free space at home, read the article below. Utilize the Natural Light Natural sunlight is great for mental and physical health, especially during the cold winter months, so shutting out those natural rays can…

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Interactive Kids’ Toys You Can Make at Home

Interactive Kids’ Toys You Can Make at Home

When you have kids with special needs, you never feel like you’re doing enough to help them learn or adapt to their surroundings. Every child is so different, but you’ll go broke pretty quickly if you want to invest in every sensory toy on the market. However, there is a great alternative solution—interactive kids’ toys you can make at home. Depending on their ages, you can include your kids in the process by turning them into craft projects. Let these ideas inspire you, as you might come up with something…

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