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Tips for Traveling

Two strollers on the seashore.Are you planning to do some traveling this summer? If so, here are some tips, provided by UCP of New York City on traveling with a child who has a disability. Learn about air travel, documents, medications and more. LEARN MORE.

Helping People with Disabilities– Or Maybe Not

Have you ever had a time when you thought you were helping someone but later realized it wasn’t really helping? A recent conversation addressed these types of situations, as they relate to ‘helping’ people with disabilities and staff at The Mighty reviewed eight common mistakes that were mentioned. Among them– “changing the way you talk” and “offering medical advice.” Read more!

Survey on Chronic Drooling

Merz, CuvposaMerz Pharmaceuticals is seeking information from parents, family members and professional caregivers who care for children or adults with disabilities who experience chronic drooling. The confidential responses to this short, 10-minute, online survey will help Merz learn more about chronic drooling and what treatments might help. Click HERE if you would like to participate!