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How Service Animals Can Help Children with Special Needs

Girl and service dog in super hero outfits

Caring for a dependent with special needs is no small feat. If you find yourself needing more assistance as you raise your special needs child and are wondering if there are other resources and means of caretaking assistance, you’re not alone. Many families are benefitting from the addition of a service animal to their home;…

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What Does it Take to Become a CNA?

CNA walking through home with a senior patient

A Certified Nurse Assistant, or CNA, is arguably one of the most important jobs in the medical field. Responsible for the day-to-day caring of hospital patients, as well as walking with individuals through emotionally difficult days of procedures and pain, CNAs collectively form the foundation of health care facilities. What Does a CNA Do? Before…

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Common Pediatric Sleep Disorders

Girl child yawning while holding a pillow

We’ve all experienced those days where tiredness seems to follow us around like a cloud. It affects our productivity, our mood, and our emotional regulation. Children experience the same thing after a restless night. But for kids, sleep issues can become extremely detrimental to their future health if left unmitigated. According to a study by…

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Things Every Special Needs Parent Needs to Hear Right Now

Special needs parent giving daughter a piggyback ride

If you’re a parent of a special needs child, you’re likely accustomed to receiving unhelpful platitudes about your medical, lifestyle, and child-rearing choices. Like many, you’ve probably been given unsolicited advice, asked offensive (albeit naive) questions, and offered unhelpful judgment by well-meaning friends, family members, and even strangers. If you find yourself frustrated or saddened…

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How to Navigate COVID-19 For Your Special Needs Child

Special needs child in wheelchair outside with parent

Within the last couple of months, COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus of 2019) has become a pandemic. The United States government has addressed the concern of this disease nation-wide and asks that the population take necessary precautions to live out our day-to-day lives. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization) have…

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9 Tips for Parents of Special Needs Children

Special needs child with her parent

Having a child with medical disabilities can include intimidating tasks that a “typical” child may not demand. However, this doesn’t mean that we don’t care for our children differently. On the contrary, we are more likely to become excited with our special needs child’s development! Before we list off our top tips for being a…

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Helping Your Medically Complex Child Help Others

Your medically complex child gets a lot of help from you, regardless of the specifics of their condition(s). Yet one of the best things you can do for them is to help them help others. At the end of the day, everyone wants to feel useful, and many children with medical complexities don’t get as…

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Meal Prep Tips for Parents

Parents everywhere struggle to feed their children healthy meals, but when your child has medical complexities, it can be particularly challenging to find the time to cook at home. However, creating and sharing meals together has numerous benefits to families, including bonding, saving money, and healthier meals. Most parents want to cook at home for…

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Does My Child Need a Speech Therapist?

You want the best for your child, so when you begin to suspect that they may have a speech or language problem, you want to seek help as soon as possible. However, how do you tell the difference between a speech delay and normal development? It can be especially difficult when children are very young…

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Therapeutic and Fun Activities for Your Loved One With Dementia

When your loved one has dementia, many things have to change. One of the most difficult is that the way you previously connected with your loved one may be unattainable due to their cognitive function. Unfortunately, this means that many individuals with dementia end up lonely, isolated, and withdrawn. Therefore, many caregivers are always looking…

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