I laugh, so that I don’t cry. Unfortunately, it’s all too true.
Written by Laura Rutherford Thousands of disabled children and adults in the U.K. have continence issues, and as a result
Written by Janine Woods Some people seem to think a speech and language delay is no big deal, and the child in question will
Written by Caitlyn Kalustian I have Bipolar 1, the most severe form of bipolar. I was diagnosed almost 10 years ago. It took
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6. “Treat it, medicate it, do what you need to do for you. It’s OK to be #openlyill” — Kiera Schmierer 7. “Not everyone is
By Lisa Smith My son Tate has autism. He’s 13 and in the seventh grade. Tate performs at a grade level far below his peers
Spoiler alert: It's terrible.