Meet David, he’s a determined young man on a mission to become a paralegal once graduating from Kent State University. “If I could say to anyone who might see a person like me, unable to walk, I’d probably tell them just don’t judge a book by its cover,” said David. “I feel that everyone deserves to be respected and to be shown kindness regardless of who they are,” he continued. Read More ›
Archives by Month: March 2015
Cast your vote for the “Best Part of Your Day” photo contest. Plus, explore a collection of fun spring events, watch an empowering video from a local Kent State student, and find the right fit summer camp in our 2015 Guide.
Financial planning for the future can be daunting. But for families with special needs, financial planning can immediately set off a landslide of additional questions. Planning for your child’s short and long term financial future is a challenging exercise, but one that will create a great deal of peace-of-mind in the long run.
We’ve broken down the process for you to help understand what to look for and expect as you embark on creating your financial plan.
Change can be difficult or even scary. When a familiar routine or people in your life change, it can be unsettling. However, having a network of support around you can help through that transition. That’s what a small group of parents learned when they shared their experiences in regard to transition in their children’s lives at the Parent Mentor Discussion Panel recently. Read More ›