Archive for the ‘Special Needs’ Category
Every child develops differently. Sometimes it’s difficult to determine if your child is developing quickly or if he or she is struggling with skills that seem to come easy for children of the same age. It can be especially hard to guess if the child is the first born, or is an only child. Read the rest of this entry »
Autism, also called Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD), knows no boundaries of race, religion, or socioeconomic background. It can occur in any family. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Autism affects one in 88 children in United States.
Although the disorder doesn’t directly affect my immediate family, people close to me have children with autism and other developmental disorders, so I am taking the occasion of National Autism Awareness Month in April to bring attention to free educational tools geared specifically toward helping children with autism. Read the rest of this entry »