Helpful Resources for Parents of Children With Special Needs
Deafness & Hearing Impairment
Language and Speech Delays
Traumatic Brain Injury
- Brainline.org has an impressive guide for parents who have a child with a traumatic brain injury. It covers information on how to help your child adjust, cope, develop, and rehabilitate after an injury. It also helps parents understand cognitive changes in their child and has useful information into peer networks and gaining self-esteem.
- Center for Parent Information and Resources – Traumatic Brain Injury Hub: This is a parent network that draws together resources from a variety of sources. It has a wealth of information about TBI.
- Cerebra Foundation for Brain Injured Children: This UK-based organization coordinates an international parent network (PARNET) for support, information, and research. It provides medical, educational, legal, and therapeutic information to anyone concerned with brain injury.
- Love that Max: A magazine editor mom whose son had a massive stroke at birth writes this inspirational blog about parenting a child with special needs.
- The TBI Recovery Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims and families of brain and other serious injuries. Its website provides practical advice from people who have been through the same experience, offering information and support from the crisis phase through rehabilitation and coping with aftereffects.
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