We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership that will bring our resources in front of The Mighty‘s wide-reaching readership. We will now have a growing home page on The Mighty and appear on many stories on the site. Check out their story: To..
“Caring Santa”, “Santa Cares”, and “Sensory Santa” are coming to a mall near you on November 20 and December 4 at participating malls! Children with special needs and their families will have an opportunity to participate in th..
Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), six-year-old Jacob Tumalan visits the Carson Animal Shelter once a week with his aunt who volunteers there. Early in his visits, Jacob felt he could reach the dogs with books when he said, “If I read to the..
What do we want? Ideal situations for all of our students. When do we want them? Years ago! For change to happen, better ideas have to present themselves. Sure, some school systems are catching on – but sometimes they need a nudge. How do we effectively..
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) claims that 85% of a child’s brain develops in the first five years and recommends that all infants and young children be screened for delays as a regular part of their ongoing health care. It’s a critical pe..
My life wouldn’t be the same without my sister There are those moments in life when an event or situation becomes the catalyst to recognizing someone who has made an impact in our lives, or was there when no one else was to help lift us up during a diff..
New Year’s resolutions are easy to make, but hard to keep. According to a recent statistic, the number one resolution is to “lose weight” and coming in at number five is to “eat healthier.” It’s clear that eating healthy, staying fit and losin..
Throughout the next decade, more than half a million young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in America will be “aging-out” of the education system when they turn 21 or 22. Those statistics are alarming. Families will face overwhelming change..