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Baby with Down Syndrome is the First to Be Named Gerber’s Baby of the Year

The company is making history with its choice of Lucas Warren as this year’s Gerber Spokesbaby.

Going Out to Eat With Your Autistic Kid? You’ll Want to Read This First

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 13-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares her best advice for making eating out a little easier. 

7 Life-Changing Tips for Traveling With Your Autistic Kid

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 12-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares her best tips for traveling with a child with autism.

Take Your Special Needs Kid to a Sensory-Friendly Event on Autism Awareness Day

There are plenty of events happening statewide this Sunday

New Vernon Family Raises $25K for Autism Service Dog

A NJ family is hoping a service dog will help their 3-year-old son living with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Special Needs Resources

This list of organizations is provided to help New Jersey families find resources for autism spectrum disorders and other special needs.

Saving Your Marriage When Your Child has Special Needs

Having a special needs child can often add stress to a marriage. Here's how to keep everyone happy.

How to Travel With Your Special Needs Kid

Hoping to travel by car with your special needs child without major meltdowns? Success begins long before departure day.

Does Your Child Have a Speech Delay?

Is your child speech-delayed? Should you be worried? Here’s what you need to know.

Martial Arts Classes in NJ

Should you sign your kid up for some high-kicking fun? Martial arts are great for learning and coordination. Here's where you should head.

Amazing Themed Summer Camps for Kids in NJ

Whether your kids are aspiring chefs, horseback riding champions or just want an amazing summer—start with what they love and you’re guaranteed a great time.

Does Your Child Have Autism?

Here are the signs and symptoms to look out for you if you think your kid might be autistic.

How to Tell If You Should Be Worried About Your Anxious Child

Is your child a worrier? Here’s how to tell when it’s normal—and when it might be something more serious.

Are Her Speech Milestones on Track?

Knowing what to listen for, when, can make all the difference in your child’s verbal development.

Doctors Fail Allergy Tests

Is your pediatrician up to date on allergy treatments?