Disclaimer :: The information and opinions presented in this article do not represent professional medical advice. Please talk to your child’s doctor or hospital representative before encouraging physical activity of any kind.
If you have a child with differences and disabilities, you can testify to the struggle of finding ways for him or her to connect (and play!) with other children of varying abilities. Fort Worth Moms polled mamas across Tarrant County for trusted venues and creative play solutions. Now, we’re proud to bring you the comprehensive guide to “Activities for Kids with Differences and Disabilities in the Fort Worth Area.” You are sure to find something to entertain or educate your kids of all ages — whether at an accessible playground filled with children of all abilities, or at a sensory-friendly movie screening exclusive to families walking your journey.
While you’re here, check out articles written by and for Fort Worth moms: practical tips like “Traveling with an Autistic Child” and the “Autism Resource Guide: Diagnostics, Therapies, Programs, Schools, and Activities“; help for “Moving Past the Down Syndrome Diagnosis” and “Loving and Understanding Children with ADHD“; why “Early Childhood Intervention Is Best“; and “The Warrior Mama Handbook to Self-Care.”
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