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Embracing the Three Levels of Autism Spectrum

As the founder of Arizona Autism Charter Schools and an autism mom who adores and cherishes children with autism, I firmly believe in embracing...

Jordan’s Corner Indoor Inclusive Play in Scottsdale

Jordan’s Corner is a premier indoor play place in North Scottsdale, designed to create a community where child-led play, inclusion, and fun are encouraged,...

Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

Signs to look for and what you can do to help Answers by Hilary Hopper MS, CCC-SLP There can be several instances in which a child...

Being a Mom to a Child with Cerebral Palsy

Amber Sundsvold was enjoying being pregnant for the first time. Her baby girl was healthy, growing, and developing like normal. After going past her...

7 Tips for Making Dentist Visits Less Stressful

If you have to start World War III to get your child to brush their teeth, you are not alone! Many parents and caregivers...

Saguaro Aquatics Offers Special Needs Swim Program

  This Tucson-based swim school is taking dives to stand out among other swim facilities. Apart from their small class sizes, well-trained, professional coaches, and...

Swim season brings drowning risks; Here’s how to keep kids safe

Swim season is here, and while it’s a favorite time for kids and families to start enjoying the Valley’s many pools and water parks,...

Special needs schools

Arizona has a wide variety of specialized schools catering to the unique needs of children with learning and attention challenges or developmental, emotional or...

The Why Behind World Down Syndrome Day in Arizona

By Robin Lea-Amos, Executive Director of GiGi’s Playhouse Phoenix GiGi’s Playhouse is a one-of-a-kind achievement center for individuals with Down syndrome, their family and the...

Autism Sibling Support Group Returns in Tempe

Bierman Autism Centers, will be bringing back its free Sibling Support Program after taking a break due to COVID-19, offering siblings of children with...

Santa Breakfast Event for Children with Special Needs

For many families, a visit with Santa is a tradition that is not attainable because of physical limitations or sensory overload concerns. But this holiday...

How to Talk to Kids About Disabilities

By Mike Homco Approximately 6.5 million people in the United States have an intellectual disability. So chances are, your child will encounter someone who has...

Maricopa County Head Start for kids with Special Needs

  The most beautiful aspect of childhood is the opportunity to observe and support the unique qualities of children. All children develop at different rates,...

Visiting the Dentist with a Child with Special Needs

  Going to the dentist can be very intimidating! The tastes, the smells, the noises, opening your mouth for a ridiculous amount of time…It’s just...

Robotic Technology Helps Kids With Disabilities Walk

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) of Central Arizona is using a new robotic technology to help children with disabilities learn to walk. The ZeroG® Gait and...

Party Articles

Out-of-the Box Birthday Party Ideas

Wanting to do something a little extra special for your child’s next birthday party? Maybe it’s a milestone birthday—like turning double digits or entering...

Party Etiquette

Whether you’re hosting a party or attending one, you may be wondering—do people really RSVP anymore? What about goodie bags, are those still a...

How to Throw a Birthday Party that Won’t Break the Bank

I remember the days when birthday parties consisted of colorful balloons, streamers, a simple cake, and the classics like musical chairs and tag with...

How to do a drive-by birthday party

As we get deeper into quarantine, people have gotten creative with birthday celebrations. One result: the drive-by birthday party.

Home pool party? Hire a lifeguard!

Drowning happens silently and quickly. That’s why children are at risk even when — and sometimes especially when — adults are nearby. Even a "designated...