“Would it be OK if I hold your daughter in my arms?” was a question that will forever be written on my heart. For the first time in my daughter’s life, Santa Claus didn’t just see right through her. He saw her, noticed her, held her in his arms and brought the magic of the season to her life.... read more »
Actress Lauren Potter is best known for playing the cheerleader Becky Jackson on the long-running Fox television series Glee, but she’s also becoming known as an advocate and champion for us all... read more »
My life wouldn’t be the same without my sister... read more »
Maintaining a healthy weight can be a lifelong battle, especially for individuals with disabilities... read more »
Throughout the next decade, more than half a million young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in America will be "aging-out" of the education system when they turn 21 or 22. Those statistics are alarming. read more »
We recently sat down with a group of Community Gatepath therapists to review toys and spotlight which products work well.
Parents of children with special needs face distinct challenges. On one hand, gifts for these children must possess the same key characteristic as gifts for neurotypical kids; they must be fun. On the other hand, the gifts need to be age and ability appropriate, and should elicit communication and motor skills improvement across the board.
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