Special needs



For and with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD)                 https://thearc.org/




Special needs children




"Planning a Trip to Disney for a Child with Disabilities or Medical Needs"


We recently published a free resource guide titled "Planning a Trip to Disney for a Child with Disabilities or Medical Needs", which I thought would be useful for your readers who are planning a trip to Disney.

Disney strives to provide a memorable experience for every child and has been consistently ranked as the most accommodating theme park in the U.S. for families of children with special needs.

Our guide provides information on the types of accommodations and services Disney provides for each type of disability such as:

  • Cognitive Disabilities
  • Visual Disabilities
  • Behavioral (ADD/ADHD)
  • Health (Diabetes)


We also included updated information about the Disability Access Service pass, and the required steps to obtain one.

You can view the guide here: https://millionmilesecrets.com/guides/planning-a-trip-to-disney-for-a-child-with-disabilities-or-medical-needs/





 " Travelling Abroad with a Disability ".  The guide offers helpful information, such as: 
  • travel tips and useful accessibility information for persons with various disabilities. 
  • advice on what to pack, transportation accessibility, and where to seek medical or emergency help.
  • Accessible travel recommendations and destinations specifically catering to the disabled.
If you're interested, you can check the link below for the full version of the guide : 

Travelling Abroad with a Disability




The Definitive Safety Guide to Attending Music & Sporting Events with a Disability


This guide offers lots of helpful information such as:

Comprehensive information for attending large events if you have a disability, including booking disabled access tickets, checking that the venue can accommodate your accessibility requirements , and other tips for a stress-free and safe day.

Advice on hosting disabled-friendly events (for organizers) such as information about  accessibility requirements for venues and details on the Americans with Disabilities Act (e.g. disabled seating requirements in a 500-seat venue: 1% of the total capacity, plus 1 seat).

Examples of some of the most accessible venues in the world, including Madison Square Garden which provides assisted listening devices to all attendees in the Hulu theater.

Useful tips and advice such as how to prepare for the event, finding nearby accommodation, and other practical advice for attendees with special accessibility needs.





 "Workout Routines To Become a Stronger Athlete”







All about Accessibility Remodeling and Retrofits


It covers everything from accommodations for special needs, to best service dog breeds, to home technology to increase accessibility for yourself and/or family members. 

All About Accessibility Remodeling and Retrofits 



Vision Problem


  "7 Warning Signs your Child may have a Vision Problem".

7 Warning Signs Your Child may have a vision problem



Comprehensive guide on autism 


 Dr Pierrette Mimi Poinsett MD, recently created a comprehensive guide on autism that includes types of ASD, prevalence (statistics), how to diagnose it and warning signs to look out for. You can read it here - "Autism Spectrum Disorder Guide




 Parents' Guide: So Your Child Has Been Diagnosed With Autism…





Autism and sleep




 Disability Awareness and Planning for Accessibility during events


This guide offers lots of helpful information such as:

  • An introduction to disability awareness when organising any kind of event. This includes understanding common barriers to accessibility in events and venues, as well as the economic benefit of inclusivity.
  • A guide to help event planners understand their responsibilities and legal obligations. For example, the UK Equality Act requires all events – including conferences and exhibitions – to be accessible and inclusive, and makes it illegal to discriminate against disabled attendees.
  • Lots of practical and useful tips, advice, and information to help plan and organise a safe and disabled-friendly event - including guidelines, best practices, and checklists to help prepare and improve event accessibility.
  • This guide is also part of a larger resource on event safety and planning - so you and your readers may find other tools and resources that could be useful for anyone organising an event.




 Assistive Technology in Cars






Fully Accessible Guide to Smart Home Tech


Our Fully Accessible Guide to Smart Home Tech for Disabled and Elderly explains which smart home tech is most user-friendly for those who may have issues with communication or mobility.






A list of technologies for people with disabilities 







Joanne Davis has conducted research and collected a list of technologies for people with disabilities https://writix.co.uk/blog/apps-for-students-with-ld

It is up to date and contains only verified and useful information. 





 Home modifications - A link from Teens4safety


Great resource on home modifications that make life easier and safer for individuals with physical disabilities: https://www.basementguides.com/home-safety-for-people-with-disabilities/

It includes checklists for specific safety adjustments for the most dangerous areas in a home, including the kitchen, bathrooms, and stairways. 




A great guide for disabled individuals who are moving home, you can find it here: 






Eyeglasses is working to help educate and provide tips and information about digital eye strain and other common parental concerns in this digital age. This guide includes information on symptoms of eye strain, statistics of computer use of children and teens and solutions to prevent digital eye strain in children and teens. 

You can read it here: https://www.eyeglasses.com/digital-eye-strain-children-teens/




Finding Apartments for Disabled Apartment Hunters

  • Finding an apartment that’s accessible, comfortable and affordable is an enormous challenge for disabled apartment hunters and their network of support
  • The following tips help apartment hunters with disabilities understand legal requirements, costs, questions about location and needs of the apartment itself







Different topics:


How to Create an Autism-Friendly Environment for Kids


Discipline Strategies for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


20 Tips for Keeping Your Child with Special Needs Safe in Your Home


Disability Accommodation Cost Guides


6 Tax Tips for Parents of Children with Special Needs




Behavior Management Techniques for Teachers: Inclusive Classrooms


The Guide to Buying Used Accessible Vehicles


The Best Activities for Special Needs


Autism in the Teen Years: What to Expect, How to Help



Explaining special needs to your child: 15 great children’s books


How to Remodel for Accessibility


Developing Your Blind Child’s Sleep Schedule


How to Exercise if You Have Limited Mobility


Healthy Eating Advice for Wheelchair-bound People



Education links (see also under Educational links)








Sleep disorders:
A high number of people living with special needs suffer from sleep disorders. Unfortunately, since their expressions of discomfort or fatigue are often masked by other symptoms of their disorders, many go untreated.
My team at Tuck.com has been working on a library of information about every facet of sleep, from sleep disorders to information about how children’s sleep needs change as they age.
I think you might be interested in some of our resource guides, which you can check out here:


-   ADHD and Sleep (from the foundation: Better Sleep starts tonight)



Further links about sleep disorders from SleepHelp



Celebral palsy
A preface of Alison Sanchez - Advocacy Deirector Celebral Palsy Group 

Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, birth injuries, or brain injuries. Our team was created so we can provide answers and all types of assistance needed to help improve the quality of life for loved ones and family members with cerebral palsy.

Would you mind adding our informational resource here- https://cerebralpalsygroup.com/cerebral-palsy/ to help provide FREE support and useful resources to individuals and families who have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and other disabilities?

Finances: Veterans

Building a Good Life with a Bad Credit Loan

Having bad credit can feel like getting a flat tire on your way toward a solid financial future. It can also make you feel like you’re the only one stranded on the side of the road with no help in sight. You could convince yourself that things may have been the same had you taken a different route. But even if your situation was unavoidable, it doesn’t make it ideal.


The good news is, you’re not the only one, and you have options for getting back on track. Choosing a bad credit loan can help to soften the blow of a tough financial season. And it could help you bridge the gap between a long-term plan and a practical step toward rebuilding credit.