A child with physical disabilities may face eating challenges that include trouble swallowing liquids, safely chewing or swallowing foods with certain textures, and feeding himself independently. An occupational or speech therapist may develop a program t..
In today’s world of fast food and microwave meals, it can be difficult to make sure your child is eating healthy. This can prove especially daunting when your child is a picky eater; here is a list (in no particular order) of healthy kid friendly foods ..
Physical Fitness & People with Disabilities: Fun for Everyone Google+ Hangout with AbilityPath May 21st 12:30pm Pacific Time We welcome you to join us for a candid conversation about physical fitness and disabilities. Hosted by AbilityPath, we will ha..
According to the National Institute for Maternal and Child Health, the top ten ways to reduce the risk of SIDS are: Always place your baby on his or her back to sleep, for naps and at night. The back sleep position is the safest, and every sleep time coun..