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Atypical Kids Need Atypical Parenting

Published: 04/20/2014 by Rita Eichenstein, Ph.D. in Parenting

If your child has special needs, a little hovering might be appropriate. Here are some tips to help you ease your child’s way.

These special services for special families will make the cruising experience even more accessible.

Special Connections

Published: 04/18/2014 by Lori Lakin Hutcherson in Parenting

Parents can help smooth interactions – and build friendships – between typical children and those with special needs

Hair Scare

Published: 04/17/2014 by Ellen Byron in Special Needs

A conference coming up April 25-27 brings together families dealing with trichotillomania, a hair-pulling disorder that can be quite an ordeal.

Fostering Friendships

Published: 04/09/2014 by Ronna Mandel in Special Needs

Local programs bring together children with – and without – special needs

Steve Everett: Power(ful) Soccer Role Model

Published: 04/04/2014 by Christina Elston in Out & About

Steve Everett plays and promotes power soccer, where adults and kids play together from their power wheelchairs, and learn powerful lessons.

Improvising Through Parenting

Published: 04/01/2014 by Elena Epstein in Parenting

Rodney Peete and Holly Robinson Peete discuss the impact that having a child with special needs can have on marriage, and the important lessons they've learned.

Autism Awareness Month Offers An Array Of Special Events

Published: 03/31/2014 by Michael Berick in Out & About

Vista Del Mar, Autism Speaks Light Up the Blues, Pretend City and Autism Movement Therapy host events during April.

At these unique all-access playgrounds, children with disabilities and those without play together. The next play date is April 26.

These tips will help children with special needs – and their parents – feel more comfortable in the dentist’s chair.