Parenting with Disabilities

ParentParenting is hard enough without having the extra obstacle(s) that may come from a physical, cognitive, or sensory disability. However, one source estimates as many as 4.1 million parents (6.2% of parent population) have some form of disability that impacts parenting in some way. Having had the parenting experience (minus a disability) with my own two kids, I have a healthy respect for those attempting this challenge with disabilities. There is a website recently launched that offers a wide range of help to this previously underserved group.

The Disabled Parenting Project (DPP) is an online comprehensive resource for adaptive parenting products and ideas. Think of it as a clearinghouse for information, research, and ideas managed by a team of people dedicated to making parenting with disability as easy as possible. There is an online library for the exchange of reliable up to date information, a forum providing interactive space for discussions with other parents or prospective parents with disabilities, and a marketplace describing adaptive parenting products and providing information about how to find them. And, much more. Check it out by visiting their website at

If you are disabled and having a hard time getting Social Security benefits started, we understand the financial pressure this may be creating for you and your family. Let us help you appeal your Social Security denial. Call Syfrett, Dykes and Furr. {F:P:Site:Phone}.


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