Join AbilityPath.org, Special Olympics, Best Buddies and more to take action and disable bullying. Disable Bullying! Five easy steps anyone can take to help disable bullying: Educate. Change starts with each individual. Stereotypes and misconceptions abou..
Strolling down the aisles of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, one notices the proliferation and continuing trend of three dimensional or 3-D products ranging from televisions, video game consoles and 3-D glasses for computer use and movie..
Moms listen to the whines of their child all day and still tuck them into bed at night with a hug and a kiss. Moms joyfully accept a wilted dandelion presented between little sticky fingers. Moms loyally get up in the middle of the night to clean up after..
It’s the Fourth of July and families everywhere… wait in anticipation for late afternoon picnics on the beach with a large group of friends and family, and excitement builds for the annual fireworks display that always follows. For some children (and ..
Attention – When should I be concerned and who do I contact? Most children develop appropriate levels of focused attention during their school years. But some children may continue to demonstrate difficulties keeping attention and focus. Wh..
Autism insurance coverage California advocates and families of children with autism had reason to celebrate this week as Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg introduced amended legislation that would provide individuals with autism and pervasive dev..
When bullying a child with special needs goes off the playground and online Marcia Jones experienced first-hand the number one fear of all parents in America: cyberbullying. Her son, Jacob, was the victim of a schoolyard bullying incident that was videota..
Sensory friendly visit to Santa provides holiday cheer to children with special needs. With a serious look, Jason Montefusco walked toward Santa, keeping a cautious eye on the man with the white beard. Slowly, the five-year-old climbed up into the seat, s..
Signs of Speech Delays & What to Do Next Getting Started Children who are considered late talkers are those who have fewer than 50 words at age two and use limited or no two- or three-word combinations, such as “more juice.” Most late-talking todd..
Building Early Mathematics Skills Math is more than adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers. Developing early math skills helps build critical thinking and problem solving skills for young children. Rest assured, there’s no need to hire..