Kids need to know

A new powerpoint presentation helps explain Asperger's syndrome to other children in the classroom. Read...

 

Make a donation, get a gift

Donate $30 to Autism Speaks, the nation's largest autism science and advocacy organization, and Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods will deliver your child a special birthday gift. Read...

 

Local therapist pens book

A local therapist has written a new book to help children with special needs. Read...

 

Help with the iPad

A new product helps make it easier for children with special needs to hold an iPad. Read...

 

Got talent?

Special Talents America is inviting singers, musicians, dancers, actors, comedians and magicians who have disabilities to audition for its 2012 talent show. The event will be held Nov. 5 in Naperville. Read...

 

Kids with autism more isolated

Adolescents with autism are far less likely than their peers with other disabilities to hang out with friends after school or attend group activities. Read...

 

New Chicago Lighthouse facility building on success

The Lighthouse for the Blind has served those with visual impairments for many years. This year, they opened a new facility in Glenview. Read...

 

How to cope with recurring grief

Parenting a child with special needs means coping with recurring grief, as constant reminders of how your child's different arise. Read...

 

Fit in fitness for kids with special needs

Kids with special needs need to stay fit too. Here are some ideas to help kids get moving. Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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