We heard that some families add their AAC device to their home insurance (owners or renters), as added protection for things the warranty doesn’t include (eg loss, theft, damage). Does anyone here have guidance on getting a device added to their policy?... and if it was simple/straightforward (or not)? Thank you in advance!
I would like to know what to expect and if it helped
My son is 3 years old and is nonverbal. When I have had to cut his nails I always have to have help with what feels like restraining him and I don't like that at all. I have tried to do while he was asleep but he woke up as soon as I clipped the first one and began to get upset.
This place was suggested to us after my twin granddaughters aged out of their pediatric dental office this year. The girls had this very caring doctor for years and now we have to start over so I was wondering if any of you have ever gone to Illinois Masonic and what dentist would you suggest?
My 10 year old son desperately wants friends. We don't have too many kids in our neighborhood. It would be nice to find some sort of play date with group outings to periodically meet up with so he can have play time with kids his age. He does belong to Scouts but they really don't do that many outings, surprisingly.
We are moving from NY to LA in December and looking for a school for our 15 year old son who is limited verbally but gentle, smart and calm, attending special needs school since the age of 4.
does anyone have any recommendations in any LA county?
Thank you in advance for your help!
My son failed his vision screening at school this year. He says that he has never been able to see far. The eye doctor says he is nearsighted and prescribed glasses. He is an avid chewer. Does anyone have experience with glasses on a chewer?
Has anyone had any experience where you got conflicting advices from different therapists? My son gets ABA and OT. For fixations such as a toy, his ABA therapist advices that as long as he is asking for it and waiting for it and it's available we should give it to him. While his OT suggested that he should not be given the toy when he got fixated on a toy while he was crying and distressed. I am not sure what's the right one, I would think a child would ask for a toy when he is distressed so… read more