Physical Disabilities: The First Step Is Understanding
Taking time to learn about a physical disability is perhaps one of the most effective ways to ... read more »
With treatment or some type of therapy, it is possible to overcome or reduce the effects of certain ... read more »
Physical disabilities create both logistical and emotional challenges that present themselves ... read more »
With the helpful instruction provided by these Web sites, you'll be able to teach your children how to cope with their own physical disabilities or how to respond sensitively to a friend or loved one with a disability.
- By learning as much as possible about your child's disability (or another child's disability) before attempting to explain a particular condition, you will likely feel more equipped to answer any questions that arise and alleviate any fears your child might have.
- Some of the sites below, including KidsHealth.org, label their content clearly by age group, making it easy for you to consider your child's age level and mental and emotional maturity when determining what material to read.
There are laws, health-care policies, and other resources in place to help people with ... read more »
Talking to others who have a physical disability or care for people with disabilities can sometimes ... read more »