Two South Florida mothers have taken a challenging situation and used it to refocus their own lives and in the process, impact others.
A computer designed for special needs students was stolen from a Florida City school last weekend, according to a police report filed by the school’s director.
The operators of a summer camp for special needs kids say the manager of a family recreational center in Tamarac have crossed the line.
A magazine geared for parents of children with special needs launched this week. The editor and publishers of magazine “Unique Me” talk about resources available for children with physical, medical, mental, emotional, behavioral, and educational special needs and their typically developing siblings.
This week’s Aquatic Adventures is about a Key Largo family who had to endure years of struggle with their young son’s health. Ultimately though his struggle lead to something much bigger than they could have ever known; a special place in the Keys where people with special needs find hope while swimming with dolphins at Island Dolphin Care.
The peak of hurricane season is nearly here. It comes around the second week of September. So are you still unprepared for a storm if you have special needs or pets?
Curt Sommerhoff worries whether the next time a big storm threatens South Florida, it will be taken seriously. He warns ” It’s been 5 years since Hurricane Wilma and in this county we worry about […]
It’s summertime and swim safety is top of mind for many families in South Florida, especially those with children that have special needs.
Mercy Palacios is moving mountains for her son Matthew and inspiring others to try to do the same.