Guest post by: Lena Borrelli As a teen or young adult with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), your decision to drive is an important one and one that should not be taken lightly. Driving is a vital part of one’s development, giving you newfound independence with access to your community and the world beyond. Studies from the … Continue reading Driving with Autism: How to Prepare For Your Driver’s Test
Moving to a new home often disrupts schedules and can be very overwhelming for all members of the family -- especially if one of your kids has special needs.
Guest post by: Jenna Sherman | Parent-leaders.com | firstname.lastname@example.org The upcoming school year is certain to be tough for many students. However, students with learning disabilities are likely to be hit hardest. The extra attention and one-on-one instruction that these kids need to thrive might be simply impossible when paired with online instruction or socially … Continue reading School Year Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities
Guest post by: Alex Robbins, email@example.com, Safetytoday.org A pool is a valuable home feature, and if you’re lucky enough to have one in your home, it’s only natural that you’ll want to make the most out of it. Indeed, the amount of fun that you and your family can expect the moment weather conditions allow … Continue reading Focus on Pool Safety–and the Family Fun Will Follow Suit!
The unfortunate reality is that only about 20 percent of families have a plan for their family’s future. That means that 4 out of every 5 families in your parent support group do NOT have a plan for their child or their family. 4 out of 5! What about your family? Are you part of … Continue reading 80% of Families Haven’t Done This VERY Important Thing… Has Yours?