Caring for a disabled child can be stressful in many ways, but have you given much thought to how you might be placing stress on your back? Learn 14 exercises that can improve back strength and prevent injuries while lifting or transferring.
Traveling with a child who is medically complex can be difficult. Not only do you have all the normal travel woes, but there's medications, medical equipment and emergencies to prepare for. Catherine Rose gives travel tips that will keep your vacation running smoothly!
If you're the parent of a child with medical complexities you're probably feeling pretty stressed. Catherine gives you advice on how to keep your medical records organized so you can feel more in control!
Shannon Gardner writes about her son, Kekoa, and his relationship with his younger sister Oliana, who is blind. She writes about how it can be difficult to have a disabled sibling, but also points out how hard her son works to connect with his sister.
Drew Ann Long has developed an accessible shopping cart designed specifically for larger children and adults with low muscle tone and multiple disabilities.
John Bateman writes about the importance of including all your kids in all activities. When you have a child with special needs it may seem appropriate to keep their activities and therapies separate from your typically developing children, but that's just not realistic.
Frank Covich writes about his son, Skylar, who was diagnosed with LCA as a baby. Frank wants other parents to understand that the sky is the limit for kids with LCA.
What are the words of encouragement you wan to hear? One dad shares his balanced approach, advising both hope and acceptance.
Mary McDonach explores the high incidence of divorce among parents raising a disabled child. She advises devoting energy to your relationship plan in order to keep the partnership of parenting intact.
Eric Vasiliauskas writes about encouraging independence and exploration in your blind children.
Breast feeding a baby can be difficult, especially if they have a vision impairment. Learn about your options when choosing to nurse a blind or visually impaired baby.
The Mia Moda Veloce is by far the best stroller for toddlers. Plus it will also fit into any small compact car.
Learn how to choose a toddler car seat or booster seat based on your child's weight and height and check out our favorite seats for older kids.
There are so many strollers on the market and they can be a really big investment. Here are our favorites.
We've got some great creative ways to make lasting memories to share with your child as they grow. These ideas are great for parents of blind children.