As parents, our job is to raise the next generation of people to be kind, successful, caring and contributing.
Diagnosed at 35, Jannine Perryman-Harris shares how living with ADHD has shaped her teaching and special education training.
Depression and low self-confidence have been noted in deaf students who have limited connections to the deaf community.
Stories also helped kids with special needs with their anxiety.
Physical therapists weigh in on how they’re dealing with the switch to teletherapy in the face of COVID-19 restrictions.
The COVID-19 lockdown has also brought it with a lack of access to the occupational and speech therapies for children who rely on these sources for basic functioning.
With limited internet penetration, online learning has been inaccessible for the large majority of Indian students who are looking to return to schools.
“Education is a wonderful journey, and it can and should be open to people with disabilities.”
Be mindful of the overlap between both yours and your child’s worries.