Jan/Feb 2017

Sharing “I CAN!” Attitudes: Trey 0

Sharing “I CAN!” Attitudes: Trey

My son, Trey, is 15 and has Down Syndrome. He takes karate and has recently moved into the adult class and is doing well. He’s had some major health issues...

Meet Trevon 0

Meet Trevon

Twelve-year-old Trevon is energetic and playful and loves to be outdoors where he enjoys physical play, including running, jumping, and being pushed on the swings. One of his favorite indoor...

2017 Cover Winner: Jacob Weber 0

2017 Cover Winner: Jacob Weber

Jacob Weber The cover photo of handsome hockey player Jacob Weber was sent to us by his proud mother, Kathy. Jacob has been diagnosed with Autism, Dyslexia, Microcephaly, and LD,...

Hot off the Press! New and Retooled Apps for 2017! 0

Hot off the Press! New and Retooled Apps!

New and Retooled Apps We get excited around here by innovative and creative technologies that help children with disabilities develop, become more independent and succeed in life. Keeping up with...

Live an Organized Clutter-Free, Less Stress Year 0

Live an Organized Clutter-Free, Less Stress Year

Clutter-Free Children (and parents) have different levels of tolerance for cluttered surroundings – some of us perform well, while others are distracted and irritated when things are in disarray. If...

Identifying Goals 0

Identifying Goals

Positive behavior support is an individualized process for improving children’s behavior in family and community life. It involves the following steps. This is the first of a series of six...

Cooking with Kids: Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup 0

Cooking with Kids: Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup

Encouraging Speech & Creating Yum! Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup Kid Approved! Easy recipe for those nights when you need to serve a quick, hot meal that’s fast, but still satisfying....