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Little boy with down syndrome cuddles up to his mother and looks a bit sad.

Special Needs

How to Help Special Needs Kids Cope with Social Anxiety

Searching for coping tools for social anxiety in children? You can use several effective strategies to help your special needs child cope with anxiety. Let us help!

Little boy using a bowl as a drum.

Play, Special Needs

The 8 Best Indoor Activities for Blind Kids

Finding fun activities for your visually impaired child can be a challenge, especially when you are stuck inside all day!

little girl on a platform swing

Sensory Activities, Special Needs

The 8 Best Sensory Swings for Kids with Special Needs

Sensory swings can create a relaxing space for any child, but they are particularly useful for children with special needs.

Alexis' room

Parenting, Special Needs

8 Creative and Unique Ideas for Decorating a Blind Child’s Room

Use tactile elements, interesting fabrics and textures, sounds and lights to create the perfect unique space for your blind or visually impaired child.

potty training

Potty Training, Special Needs

Potty Training Your Special Needs Child

Potty training a child with special needs can be a bit of a challenge. We'll help you decide when your child is ready to potty train and get you started.

baby splashing

Play, Special Needs

Helping Your Blind Baby Develop Through Play

As the parent of a visually impaired child, I'm sure you worry about your baby's development, both physically and cognitively. How can you be sure that you're doing all that...

Latest Posts

Young boy looking at a light up toy in a dark room.

Toys

10 Cortical Visual Impairment Toys for Kids With CVI

It's important to choose toys that are relatively simple in design, as complex patterns can be overwhelming for children with CVI.

Toddler refused to use a pacifier.

Feeding and Eating

Help! My Baby Won’t Take a Pacifier

Why does your baby refuse to take a pacifier? How to safely use a pacifier with your baby and get them to take it and keep it in.

Happy family playing and baby learning to walk at home.

Development

How to Encourage Your Baby to Walk

Given a safe space to practice and lots of loving attention, learning to walk comes naturally for most babies.

Surprised boy with a pacifier.

Parenting

Pacifier Teeth: What Causes Them and Can They Be Fixed?

It’s true, pacifiers can cause dental issues. But with education, you’ll be able to avoid or correct pacifier teeth.

Doctor examining pregnant woman in clinic.

Parenting

Creating Your C-Section Birth Plan

A C-section birth plan is a great tool for both planned and unexpected cesarean sections. Having a plan relieves stress and gets your needs met during delivery.

Mom puts mittens on her son and laughs around the city in winter.

Product Reviews

7 Best Toddler Gloves and Mittens of 2022

As winter approaches it’s time to shop for mittens and gloves for your toddlers and you’ll probably need more than one pair!

Asian mother and adorable little toddler boy with life vest having fun in a swimming pool.

Product Reviews

7 Best Infant Life Jackets of 2022

Shopping for an infant life jacket? Our list of the best infant life jackets will steer you in the right direction.

Little girl with special needs making her own breakfast.

Feeding and Eating, Special Needs

Developing Self-Care Skills in Children with Disabilities

Mastering self-care skills can be especially empowering for children with disabilities, helping them to gain independence and confidence.

Little girl with special needs drinking from a straw.

Product Reviews, Special Needs

11 Best Tools for Teaching Self Care to Disabled Kids

For children with disabilities, adaptive tools are essential for learning how to master self-care skills like grooming, hygiene, and self-feeding.