People with physical or mental disabilities can benefit greatly from the help of “service animals” or “emotional support animals” (ESAs). This guide explains the difference between the two and reviews the laws that apply to each.
Accepting that your child has a learning disability and special needs can be difficult. This guide provides tips and resources to help parents navigate their emotions so they can remain positive to support their children.
The opioid epidemic is a public health crisis nationally. Ohio has one of the nation’s highest opioid overdose rates. This guide highlights the effects of the opioid epidemic on children and provides a list of useful resources, many of which can be found on RedTreehouse.org.
Having a child with a disability or special health care needs often means you have extra expenses in your life. This guide lists organizations and charitable foundations that may be able to offer help.
One-quarter to one-third of U.S. students say they have been bullied at school. This guide discusses bullying, anti-bullying laws, bullying and children with disabilities, and highlights selected resources.
Learn about financial planning tools that are available to people with disabilities and how these tools can be used to protect assets and eligibility for means-tested government benefits (SSI and Medicaid).