Robin Carlascio

Chicago goes blue for autism

The reason behind the blue skyline in April.

Special needs moving into the spotlight as companies embrace inclusion

As more and more companies include children with special needs in advertising efforts, advocates say this is validation of just how important special needs families are in society today.

Obamacare: What it means to your family

Starting Oct. 1, you can shop for health insurance. Nearly 1.3 million Illinois residents who are uninsured and eligible may qualify for lower costs on coverage in the Health Insurance Marketplace, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates.

Protecting tomorrow means planning today for children with special needs

The time to seek long-term care options for children with disabilities should begin when they are young.

Sex after baby: Tips for bedroom bliss

For many new parents, finding their way back to pre-baby intimacy is harder than they think. But it doesn't have to be. Our expert offers tips to new parents aimed at getting their minds, bodies and spirits back into the game.
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