Online magazines are a great resource for families looking for information on a variety of special needs topics. Below you will find a great list of online magazines which are either free or via subscription, and published on a monthly or quarterly basis. Some of these magazines also have Facebook pages that you can join and receive updates and articles right on your home page!
"Ranked in the Top 50 Magazines in the World, Ability magazine is the
leading magazine covering Health, Disability & Human Potential."
"The nation’s leading source of important news, expert advice, and
judgment-free understanding for families and adults living with attention
deficit disorder, ADDitude is your voice and your advocate."
"An online resource devoted to people with mobility conditions, especially
wheelchair and assistive technology users as well as caregivers & families."
"This magazine is focused on those on the autism spectrum, those with
sensory issues, and those who care for them."
"At Autism Parenting Magazine, we aim to provide you with the most
current information and interventions so you can make the most informed
decisions about what will benefit your child."
"The place for news and information - about Israel and the Jewish
"DIVERSEability is a diversity & inclusion magazine featuring individuals
with all types of diverse abilities."
"People & Families, the NJCDD’S nationally recognized magazine,
focuses on issues of importance to the developmental disabilities
community in New Jersey."
"The magazine for active wheelchair users!"
"Parenting Special Needs Magazine believes in the POWER OF PARENTING.
We want to help, support, encourage, and provide the information you can
understand and use by providing practical tips, sharing life’s lessons, and
tackling the challenges and celebrating the joys of one of life’s
greatest gifts (our children)."
"Empowering families with information and inspiration!"
"Autism through many lenses, the online magazine whose mission is to
inspire, answer questions, ease minds, focus on positive solutions and
recognize autistic individuals and the family members who support them
on their journeys."