We've got simple, doable advice for helping your child with MS manage recess, homework, fatigue and more.
Real talk about how to work with your child’s school to set realistic expectations and offer maximum support for the school year. You got this!
According to researchers, going to a high school with a higher average socioeconomic background results in benefits later in life, but going to a high school with higher average achievement levels could be harmful.
Section 504 is a civil rights law, used to make sure children with disabilities are not discriminated against within the school setting. Learn more about accommodations that may set your child up for success.
Enlisting the help of the school nurse can make for a more organized and stress free time when navigating lunch options.
These high-tech gadgets can help for a better night’s sleep and even get your teen up on time in the mornings.
Navigating a new campus with new friends can be both daunting and exciting. Add IBD in the mix and there are some extra rules to keep in mind.
Sun protection matters, and schools can be a big part of the solution in protecting children’s skin while outdoors.
If your child has asthma, provide the school and your child with what they need to know about the all-important rescue inhaler.
Did you know not all schools are required to teach sex education? Here’s how to find out more about what your child is (or isn’t) learning.