Are you a parent of a child with special healthcare needs who is at least 13 years old? ChildServe can help you prepare for important life decisions you will face as your child, teen, or young adult grows older.
Are you comfortable speaking up for your child with special needs? When it comes to advocating for their kids, many parents wish they had more experience. Roxanne Cogil, Executive Director of the Epilepsy Foundation of Iowa will present on tips and useful resources to help parents with advocacy across various settings.
If your child has autism, choosing treatments for healthcare and behavioral concerns can be difficult. Your child can’t always tell you what is bothering them, and in some cases, their symptoms “look” different than symptoms seen in children who don’t have autism.
When children turn 18, they become legal adults with the right to make their own decisions. However, if an individual lacks the ability to make decisions, then someone else may need to make their decisions. What options do parents have to give their children as much independence as possible while keeping them safe?
Are you a parent of a child with special healthcare needs who is at least 13 years old? ChildServe can help you prepare for important life decisions you will face as your child, teen, or young adult grows older
In order to care for others and help them to live a great life, we need to make sure that we appropriately care for ourselves. Compassion fatigue develops from caring for others and affects quality of life for ourselves and those around us. This informative class about compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue is designed for parents of children with special healthcare needs.