Your child is two and stubborn. And you want to get them to sit on the potty? Are you crazy? Of course not! We'll show you how to do it.
This series of Advisory Boards hosted by Spark Therapeutics will be with members of the community living with an RPE65 genetic mutation.
If your child has a sensory impairment like blindness should you still search out sensory play activities? Absolutely! Learn how to make sensory play accessible and host a sensory play party!
For children who are non-verbal or have low motor coordination, switches can be a great way to augment their play. If you’re just getting started with a switch you may be looking for some ideas on how to use this device with your child. Here are some things we’ve tried with our switches.
A different way to think about saving vision in inherited retinal diseases may be to turn rods into cones.
Blind children are known to have delayed development is several key areas, such as fine motor skills and cognitive development. We provide age-range development charts with with visual impairment in mind.
If your blind child is pressing or poking their eyes you may be looking for information on why they are doing this and what you can do to help them stop.
If you could go back in time to when your child was first diagnosed with a disability, what would you tell yourself? What advice would you give?
Self injurious behaviors are, unfortunately, not unusual for kids with special needs. These behaviors could be anything from biting, hitting or even banging their head on the walls or furniture. Here are some tips to help you sort through why your child is displaying the behavior and how you can help them stop.
Penny discusses how to become more active in advocating for your child through the legislative system. When you have a child with a disability you need to be heard – and your opinion matters!