Entries by Reiter & Walsh, P.C.

Back-to-School: Scholarships and Grants for Students with Disabilities

As the back-to-school season begins, many students are looking for scholarship opportunities. As part of our Back-to-School series, we want to highlight foundations that offer scholarships for students with disabilities. Scholarships for Students with Disabilities The 180 Medical Scholarship Program helps young adults with spinal cord injuries, transverse myelitis, spina bifida, neurogenic bladder, or an…

Celebrating the Fourth of July: Tips for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorders

Independence Day can be an exciting holiday for children of all ages and abilities. Firework shows, parades, barbecues, festivals, and many other fun activities can create an action-packed celebration. But for children with sensory processing disorders, the commotion can be more upsetting than entertaining. To prepare for Independence Day with your child, we’ve compiled a…

New Pennsylvania Theme Park for Kids with Autism

The Sesame Street theme park, Sesame Place, just won the title of the world’s first amusement park designated as a Certified Autism Center! Located just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the theme park is beloved by fans of the show everywhere. But when it partnered with The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES)…

New VaPor Model Provides More Details About the Effects of Therapeutic Hypothermia for HIE

What Is Therapeutic Hypothermia? Therapeutic hypothermia has proven effectiveness in minimizing permanent brain damage after hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, or HIE. HIE is a type of brain injury caused by a lack of oxygenated blood flow. In infants, it can occur due to complications in late pregnancy, birth, or the neonatal period. What Do We Already Know…