Speech and language disorders can occur at any age, even from birth. It is difficult to identify them in children because they may not be able to communicate the problem.
We know that experiencing a traumatic event can leave a person changed. But scientists have discovered that the stress changes in the brains of boys and girls are different. This
Most of us cringe at the idea of “death and dismemberment” when we’re filling out our insurance forms. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that there is an ocean
When something makes you different from many of those around you – whether it’s how you look, act, talk or move – it tends to reflect how others define you.
The word entrepreneur means “bearer of risk.” In the purest sense of the word, a person builds a business with their own hands and using their own money and resources.
In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) reported that approximately 1% of the world’s population has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. They found that, in the
As Election Day approaches on November 8th, those with special needs may be wondering about what experience they’ll have at their local polling station, especially if it’s their first time
Reality television is all the rave these days. From singing competitions to people looking for love to extreme fishing, there is almost nothing you can’t see people just like you
Many local public libraries are going beyond just making their facilities and materials accessible to those with developmental disabilities.
We came across several libraries across the country that have gone above
Being an adult with a developmental disability or the parent of an adult child with a developmental disability comes with some added concerns. Outside of health, social-assimilation and quality-of-life issues,