Studies have shown that exposure to ABA therapy is linked to PTSD symptoms, while others say it has helped them pick up life skills.
As parents, our job is to raise the next generation of people to be kind, successful, caring and contributing.
Diagnosed at 35, Jannine Perryman-Harris shares how living with ADHD has shaped her teaching and special education training.
Depression and low self-confidence have been noted in deaf students who have limited connections to the deaf community.
Two American disability rights activists reflect on ensuring disabled people have access to the voting and the discourse around disabilities in the U.S. elections.
Started by Pina Varnel, art initiative ADHD Invasion showcases life with the condition through comics by artists who live with it.
An advocate for people with special needs, Pooja Khanna shares why inclusion is crucial.
The interview process can often be stacked against people with special needs. Here’s how employers can make it more inclusive.
Physical therapists weigh in on how they’re dealing with the switch to teletherapy in the face of COVID-19 restrictions.