Does your child get dressed by themselves? It’s an important developmental milestone and self-care skill. Adaptive clothing makes it easier for children with special needs to learn the skill of getting dressed.
I’m the parent of three children enrolled in Special Education at Thornton Creek Elementary. I’ve recently learned that the school district is planning to make significant changes to the special education program at Thornton Creek beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. When it was time for my son, Sebby, to go to Kindergarten, I chose […]
Over the past few years, we’ve taken several family vacations at Disney Parks. You’d think that Autism and Disney wouldn’t mix. The happiest place on earth, is at times, perhaps the noisiest place on earth, but Sebby seems to thrive at Disney Parks.
This past Sunday, we were invited by Northgate Mall to take part in their Caring Santa program. The Caring Santa visit at Northgate Mall occurred before the mall opened to shoppers. Not only did they have snacks set out for the children, but also a coloring area and a social story for the children to […]
Thank you to Northgate Mall for inviting my family to be your guest at Caring Santa and giving us a gift card towards our photo package! One of the challenges as a parent of a special needs child is that the little things so many families take for granted don’t come easy for us. Things […]