If you’re like me, setting up playdates for your child with special needs is a challenge. Like most parents of special needs kids, I feel pretty isolated at times. But tonight, I learned about a free new resource called Special Playdate that has the potential to change all of that. Special Playdate connects parents of children with or without special needs seeking playdates. On tonight’s The Coffee Klatch, Marianne referred to Special Playdate as the Match.com for children of special needs, which I thought was both funny and very appropriate.

I signed up tonight and I hope to connect with some parents in my area soon. The more parents who sign up for this service, the more opportunities our children will have to connect socially. There are benefits for us as parents, too — conversation with parents who understand, potential respite opportunities and more. I hope you’ll sign up and spread the word about this awesome service — https://specialplaydate.com

3 Comments on Playdates for special needs kids just got easier

  1. Pediatric Home Serv (@PHSKidsThrive)
    August 16, 2011 at 2:27 pm (6 years ago)

    What a phenomenal resource. I just came across your blog and am very glad I did. Thank you for sharing you stories and resources such as these that you come across. I’m looking forward to passing this along to our patients! My hats off to you for all you do on a daily basis in caring for your precious little Ruby!

    • Angie
      August 24, 2011 at 1:19 pm (6 years ago)

      Thank you! I really appreciate your feedback so much!

  2. Jane Hsu
    April 22, 2012 at 12:30 pm (6 years ago)

    Thank you for your support. We have many parents joining daily so keep checking back for playdates. Every child deserves to have a friend! Let’s continue to spread the word and share more playdate stories : )