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Six Flags Great Adventure Gets a One-Day, Sensory-Friendly Makeover

Get tickets ASAP to the Autism Day fundraiser in Jackson.

Sesame Place Is the First Theme Park That’s a Certified Autism Center

This Pennsylvania destination is worth the trip, especially for special needs families.

Things to Do with Your Special Needs Kid for National Autism Awareness Month

These sensory-friendly events are perfectly crafted to keep them busy all April long.

Popcorn for the People Is About More Than Just Tasty Treats

This East Brunswick-based nonprofit has a unique way of giving back to the community.

Making Your Special Needs Kid's Dental Visit a Breeze

These simple tips could relieve some stress.

6 Tips for a Successful IEP

The blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries shares her advice for making the most of your child’s individualized education program.

10 Things I Know to Be True About Raising a Child with Autism

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 12-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares some of the many things her son has taught her.

Help! My Child Has Dyslexia

Teachers and parents share their best advice on how to advocate for your child.

How to Identify the Warning Signs of Dyslexia

Is your kid struggling in school? Does he have trouble remembering words? These may be signs of a language learning disability.

Advocating for Your Special Needs Kid in School

Getting through the red tape is tough, but you have more rights than you think.

How to Pick a Camp for Your Special Needs Kid

Make every kid’s school break a blast in a camp program.

Special Needs in NJ

Your ultimate guide to all things special needs in NJ. From info on healthcare resources to great schools to advice from other moms.

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.