How to choose toys for children with cerebral palsy

In my line of work, I have come across parents from all spheres; parents with normal kids, parents with special needs children, christian parents, Muslim parents, the poor, the rich; all sorts of people. What is unique about all  these parents is that they want the best things for their kids. Parents of special needs … Read more

Reviewing the Skybound Mini Trampoline for ADHD and Autism

When you have a kid with adhd or autism who is always running around, jumping up and down frustrating you, you want something that is not only going to contain them but will also be a great play thing. And that is when you think about the mini trampoline for adhd. Look at it this … Read more

2022 Review of Kinetic Sand for Cerebral Palsy Children

Something great about the kinetic sand is that it sticks to itself. Never sticking to your hands. And so when you decide to get it as the toy for your cerebral palsy kid, you are assured that the kid will not make a mess of themselves. No, they will just have fun, exercise their fine … Read more

Benefits of trampoline for ADHD and autistic kids

trampoline for ADHD and autistic kids

Without further ado, we want to tell you that the Little Tike 3′ trampoline is the best indoor trampoline for kids who are on the autism spectrum disorder. For one, it is sturdy and two safe with a strong dual weld to ensure that the kids will not fall off as they play. This trampoline … Read more

Frequently Asked Questions About Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy Cerebral palsy is a collection of disorders caused by damage to the brain around the time of birth or early life of a child. It is also called brain paralysis or CP. How can you tell if a baby has cerebral palsy? The types of cerebral palsy include: Spastic cerebral palsy  Affects the … Read more

People First Language And Giving Dignity to People Living with Disabilities

According to Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, people with disabilities are first and foremost–people. They are people with individual interests, responsibilities, dreams, desires and future plans. They are not to be defined by their disabilities. They are moms, dads, sisters, sons, daughters, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces and cousins who need to be first seen as … Read more