Doing some research, asking questions and involving all kids at your parties can make your world more inclusive.
The definition of advocacy is simple but highly impactful for kids with special needs.
“I’m the mom of a 15-year-old boy who has autism. My son, Owen, looks like most boys his age — tall and handsome.”
Accommodations can be helpful for neurotypical kids as well as children of determination in the classroom.
Athletes were given access to health screenings in eight different areas including hearing, dentistry and emotional health.
Visiting different schools, talking to other parents and considering your child’s individual needs can really help.
From acting, designing video games, diving into animal sciences and more, these individuals are changing the narrative.