Myself Belts : One-handed belts

I’ve been really inspired by my posts covering items that encourage children to dress independently.  Most recently, I’ve discussed the One, Two, Tie My Shoe Kit as well as EZ Sox.  Now I’d like to discuss Myself Belts, which is an item that fosters independence in children and adults alike! Myself Belts “is the easiest belt on […]

Traveling with Disability: Plan, Prepare … and Have Fun!

People with disabilities can enjoy nearly all the same pleasurable fruits of life as those without disability, though it may take a little more planning and preparation. That’s true of many leisurely pursuits, including traveling – whether it’s across the globe, to another state or even within your own city. This is especially the case […]

GoodRx Helps You Find the “Best Prices” on Prescriptions

Individuals of all ages and abilities often require prescription medications to stay healthy.  While some insurances cover these medical expenses, most may require people to pay out of pocket for their medicines.  GoodRx is a handy resource that allows individuals to find the cheapest price on specific meds. Insurance companies aren’t helping like they used […]

Ideas for Assistive Technology Holiday Shopping

The latest Assistive Technology Update podcast is now out, and in keeping with the holiday spirit it focuses on shopping ideas and available help. Click here to access the podcast. This is actually the second part of the sixth annual holiday assistive technology shopping episode. If you missed part one, you can access it by […]

Toys for Sensory Integration/Autism: 2016 Holiday Gift Guide for Children with Special Needs: Part 4

Our holiday gift guide wraps up today with suggestions for toys that are good for sensory integration and/or those with autism. There’s still 11 days left until Santa Claus comes to town, so if you haven’t finished your holiday shopping, here’s a great place to start. Parts 1-3 of the gift guide focused on auditory […]