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Our latest 'Thrive' column
The search for answers and explanations, and how life does (and does not) change after you find them.
How common infections like strep throat are causing severe behavioral changes in kids.
A multi-sensory approach to maximize written and oral expression.
High school students at Philips Academy were asked to give their perspective on living with a disability.
I knew I needed help when I saw what could happen when taking my eyes off my special needs child for a split second.
Whether your child is critically ill or you know someone who is facing the loss of a child, read this important message.
A Chance to Dance allows differently-abled children and young-adult volunteers to "dance a mile" in each other's shoes as they optimize their interactions with the world.
It takes a village takes on new meaning when you have a child with special needs, but you are not alone.
Empower your child to be their own best advocate in the classroom.
April is Autism Awareness Month. Check out these local businesses and organizations showing community love for children with autism spectrum disorder.
Peer-buddy programs may seem like a one-way experience, but there's often an explosion of life lessons and strong connections.
Magnet options, name change are part of the new Exceptional Children Program.
Informational meet-and-greet scheduled for June 20
A quick look at local venues that offer sensory-friendly fun for kids.
Tips to take the struggle out of homework for kids with ADHD.
How to help older children overcome putting things in their mouths.
From schools to studios, yoga is popping up everywhere for kids, and for good reason.
Follow this advice to ensure sensitive children (and their parents) are set for success to enjoy the holiday season.
From McDonald’s to white-tablecloth restaurants, use these tips to help make a meal out delightful for you and other guests.
What makes these performances different for children with sensory-specific needs.
Sensory processing disorder can manifest as extreme sensitivity, clumsiness, behavioral problems, anxiety and issues at school.
Whether your child or someone they know is on the autism spectrum, use these books to guide them through questions and celebrate what makes each of us different.
Children of parents who criticize often tend to hang on to symptoms of ADHD into their adolescent years.
Hang up your apron April 19 and feel good about splurging on a meal out for the 14th annual Autism Aware Fare.
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