Published on 16 Apr 2015 See how this amazing family uses a 3D printer to teach their adopted blind daughter about the world around her. The Walker Family is truly inspiring. Please SHARE! That is awesome and inspiring!!
Event raises awareness for autism spectrum disorders (via Repost Video News) Parents who have children on the autism spectrum had a chance to learn more about ways to help keep them safe Tuesday night…
World’s leading philanthropists to be honored with Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy (via PR Newswire) Download image Winners of the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy 2013, are pictured in the Debating Chamber of the Scottish Parliament Edinburgh where the awards were presented. (L-R Back Row: Dame Janet Wolfson de Botton on behalf of the Wolfson Family…
Here is a new and easy way to tie shoes, easy for a 6 year old or someone with autism or special needs! It might not work but it is worth a try!!! http://www.efficientlifeskills.com/how-i-taught-my-6-year-old-to-tie-shoes-in-5-minutes/ A cool video on it as well!!
I was impressed by a nice article on Specialhappens.com Military Families with Special Needs Children – 6 Tips to Reduce Stress Posted on May 20, 2013 by Raven Green • 3 Comments Being a military family with a special needs child is a unique situation. There are challenges such as deployments, frequent moves, distance from family, trying to navigate Tricare […]
JUNE 20-23, 2013 MISSION Our focus is on alleviating the strain that an Autism diagnosis takes not only on the affected child but the child’s family. Our primary goals are to help campers build self-esteem, develop better social skills and self-expression, make and maintain friendships, improve fine motor skills, gross motor skills and sensory integration. […]
Moms With Disabled Children Struggle To Climb The Career Ladder When Children Are Older An FYI For Employers And Society At Large It is my privilege to be featuring an article by Mari Nosal this week. She has great insight into the lives of parents and educators of special needs children–> I have just come […]
Welcome to a new candle company that’s doing it’s best to empower individuals with special needs. Our staff is comprised of individuals with special needs and volunteers that assist in the candlemaking process. Jessica and her friends make every candle themselves. Hand poured with love. As we say here at ScentsAbility, making candles […]
I am You I am you and you are me For God created us all The grass is greener on your side, but I shall climb the wall I have many talents as you’ll see Even though you view me differently You laugh and sneer when I join your game You ignore me when I […]
I am a huge fan of Mari Nosal and her writing. Here stories are very informative and inspirational and I really enjoy them. Have you ever wondered how to encourage empathy, increase fine and gross motor skills, social awareness, independent thinking, teamwork, independent play, or anything in-between within a classroom or at home? […]