9-Year-Old Girl With No Hands Wins National Handwriting ContestThe nine-year-old from Virginia has just won the 2018 Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest's Nicholas Maxim Award.
Brotherly Love: NJ Pet Store Trains People With Special NeedsYoung disabled adults often struggle to find a job, so some parents created job training for them by opening a store.
With The Holidays Approaching, Now Is The Time To Get Ready For Travel If You Have A Child With Special NeedsHolidays with family can be dicey under the best of circumstances, but when you're expecting guests with special needs, some care must be taken.
Police: Canola Oil Poured All Over Special Needs Playground In South Jersey Rendering Equipment UnusableCaretakers of the Field of Dreams playground, located in the Absecon Sports Complex on 1000 Morton Avenue, told police that someone poured Canola Oil all over the equipment, making it unusable.
Philadelphia Police Searching For Missing Endangered PersonIvan Hinnant, a 24-year-old male with special needs, was last seen at his day program on the 2400 block of Penrose Avenue on Nov. 4th.
Student At Special Needs School Drowns During Aquatics Class In South JerseyThe drowning reportedly happened during an aquatics class at the Burlington County Special Services School District.
Play Without Boundaries At Please Touch Museum'Play Without Boundaries' is a program for children with special needs playing out at museums across the country, including Philadelphia's Please Touch Museum.
BLOG: Free Event for Families with Special Needs
Brotherly Love: Teen Plants Special GardenThomas Hudson is 16 years old and working his way up to be an Eagle Scout. For his final project, he's restoring a garden at the Larc School in Bellmawr.
Planning Ahead For A Child With Special Needs
3 Rabbi-Bicyclists Arrive In Philadelphia On Cross-Country Fundraising TourA group calling itself "The Rolling Rabbis" pedaled into Philadelphia on Thursday as part of a cross-country trip to raise money for children with special needs.
Special Day For Special Needs Students In Gloucester CountyGloucester County cut the ribbon on a new facility at the county college in Sewell on Friday, aimed at helping young people with special needs move from high school to college and the working world.