Tag Archives: Special Needs

Autism Symptoms in Infants and Toddlers

If you are concerned about your child’s developing social and communication abilities, it is important to keep an eye on their conduct. In some situations, parents detect early autism symptoms in infants and toddlers. Here are some of the signs that you should know. It’s understandable that most parents’ primary concern is to ensure that their […]

Reasons Why The R-Word Should No Longer Be Used

As a euphemism for retard and retarded, the R-word is derogatory and rude when used to characterize or disparage persons with intellectual impairments or to insult people, places & things by comparing them to people with intellectual disabilities. During this same time period, the label “mental retardation” is being phased out and replaced by “intellectual […]

Extracurricular Activities For Children With Disabilities

It can be challenging to picture your disabled child participating in after-school activities given the difficulties of “play dates,” making sure they receive a suitable education and attending medical visits. However, the correct after-school activities can indeed offer your child fantastic chances to showcase their talents, gain confidence, meet friends, and find new hobbies. The […]

How To Communicate With A Child Who Has An Intellectual Disability Regarding Puberty

Nothing is more awkward for a guardian or a youngster than “the talk.” Navigating this touchy subject is also tricky when it comes to kids who are classified as having an intellectual disability. The main worry is that kids won’t be able to comprehend what is happening to their bodies. Thanks to your assistance and […]

Specialized Sports Programs For Kids With Disabilities

Every child has a right to take part in sports. Children gain from being physically active, whether they are participating in a team sport or taking part in a sport designed for individuals. Numerous initiatives have been created to include children with disabilities in sports. Choose the appropriate one for your youngster. Multisport Initiatives *Image […]