Last month we received a comment from a reader pointing out the all-too-familiar challenge of looking for work while also parenting a child with special needs. In our culture, it…Read More
You’re in luck – we have lots of resources to help you! This is also a timely question as October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. First and foremost, know…Read More
Because we don’t know the details of your particular case, we can’t give you specific advice – but we can give you some general tips to think about as you…Read More
My child was diagnosed with a disability over the summer. I’ve been reading about IEP and 504 plans but can’t figure out the difference. Can you explain? (more…)Read More
I learned early in my career as a child development therapist that the parent is the expert about their child. When a child and parent came into my office for…Read More
The US Medicaid program requires that all states must screen and treat Medicaid-eligible children for mental health issues. But that wasn’t always the case in Massachusetts. (more…)Read More
According to the Census Bureau, there are nearly 57 million people living with disabilities in the United States. Thirty percent of American adults help provide care for a sick or…Read More
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