The ABLE Act allows families with children with disabilities to save for college and other expenses in tax-deferred accounts. A must read with tax season upon us!
In this installment of our video blog series Debby offers tips and suggestions on how to prepare yourself and your child’s educational team for school.
The National Conference on Hydrocephalus offers parents an opportunity to connect with other parents, speak directly with experts on various topics about raising a child with hydrocephalus – social, emotional, educational, financial, and medical – and watch their children interact with other children living with hydrocephalus. Join us in Portland, Oregon, July 9-11, 2014.
The relationship between siblings is complex and sometimes even…shall we say… strained, but there is a powerful, unbreakable bond that endures through the best and hardest of times. Teens Take Charge (TTC) Advisory Council Members, Harrison Silver and Alexis Rocciola, share a special message to their siblings in our National Siblings Day blog honoring a special group of loved ones in our lives – brothers and sisters.
The Parker family received an early special holiday gift when the Have A Heart Home chose their family from a pool of applicants for a custom-built home in Utah. They were selected after they shared their moving story about their daughter, Emylie, who was born with myelomeningocele spina bifida, Arnold-Chiari II malformation and hydrocephalus.
San Diego-based toy company Infantino is creating an ad campaign, called “Everybody Plays,” featuring children with special needs. The children in the campaign have special needs including Down syndrome, Hydrocephalus, visual impairments and congenital heart defects.
It’s that time of the year – back to school time! Most kids around the country will have returned to school this past Tuesday, September 4th, if they have not already. This can be an exciting yet stressful time for parents and kids alike. While kids may be worried about facing the academic rigors of […]