About Rosie Reeves

Rosie Reeves is a writer and mother of three; including one with special needs. She works side-by-side with her daughter’s therapists, teachers and doctors. Rosie also serves as the Los Angeles Special Needs Kids Examiner and as a contributor on the Yahoo! Contributor Network. She can be reached at rosie327@aol.com. Rosie is a member of the PedSafe Expert team

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Articles by Rosie

Severity of Child Autism Tied to Motor Skills Development Delays

Severity of Child Autism Tied to Motor Skills Development Delays

In yet another newly discovered early sign of autism,  researchers from Oregon State University have shown that motor skill deficiencies are present in very young children with autism. The study is the first to show how the severity of the delay may also correlate with the severity of a child’s autism. Both fine and gross motor skills may be affected, however the child’s intelligence... 

The Latest Autism Statistics and How They May Be Wrong

The Latest Autism Statistics and How They May Be Wrong

You probably heard about the latest statistics on the incidence of autism according to research by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The newest ratio is 1 in 68 children, although many believe that number is still too low. The research only includes children who have been screened by a healthcare professional or a school, so anyone living without healthcare or doesn’t go to school is... 

Eating Issues and Kids with Special Needs

Eating Issues and Kids with Special Needs

So many parents and caregivers struggle with issues surrounding food, with special needs kids and typical kids as well. For some kids the issues are medical so they require a specific diet, or they have a condition than includes low muscle tone. For others it’s a sensory thing, so they will only eat crunchy foods, or white foods, or the rules may change daily. For other kids it may be a control issue,... 

AMC Sensory Friendly Movies lineup for 2014

AMC Sensory Friendly Movies lineup for 2014

Family outings are a great way to spend time with your kids – you build memories and bond over fun activities and events. But for many kids with special needs, the typical family outing involves all sorts of challenges and obstacles that can make the experience overwhelming and frightening. AMC and the Autism Society of America have joined forces to offer first-run family friendly movies in theaters... 

Toys R Us Differently-abled Kids Gift Guide 2013 Now Available

Toys R Us Differently-abled Kids Gift Guide 2013 Now Available

Every year Toys R Us puts out a gift guide for special needs kids featuring a celebrity on the cover, safe play tips and other information from experts, and gorgeous photos of children playing happily. This year Gabby Douglas, 2012 gold medalist is on the cover and on the pages inside. Gabby is now working with Special Olympics to inspire young athletes. The guide is divided many different ways; by...