Date Night Ideas for Married Caregivers

Date Night Ideas for Married Caregivers

Connecting with your spouse is not easy when you are caring for someone with special needs. For us, over the...

Reflecting on Holiday Traditions

Reflecting on Holiday Traditions

This year, we asked a few of our wonderful contributors to share their own family holiday traditions. Here are a...

How Music Therapy Helps

How Music Therapy Helps

A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Springible contributor, Mary Whyte, to talk about her...

Caregiving Around the Clock

Caregiving Around the Clock

This year is the 20th anniversary of November being National Family Caregivers (NFC) Month. The first Presidential Proclamation was issued...

Fighting to Improve Your Son’s Life

Fighting to Improve Your Son’s Life

This interview is the first in a two-part series. Stay tuned for the second piece to find out what Greg...

The Barriers That Keep Children From Receiving Special Education

The Barriers That Keep Children From Receiving Special Education

If you are reading this, you are likely a parent to a child with special needs. You are also very...

Finding the Right Therapist for You

Finding the Right Therapist for You

How do you find the right therapist for you when you're constantly caring for others?  I have seen my share...

IEPs for Beginners

IEPs for Beginners

Individualized Educational Programs, or "IEPs", are an essential—but bewildering—piece of the education puzzle for parents of children with special needs in...

Homework for Parents to Ease the Transition Back to School

Homework for Parents to Ease the Transition Back to School

School is officially here. The school supplies aisles look like the canned food section before an apocalyptic blizzard. The whispers...

Choosing to ‘Claim the Diagnosis’

Choosing to ‘Claim the Diagnosis’

As a parent, the road to acceptance can be long and windy when you have a child with additional needs...