Use our free resource library for information about a dwarfism diagnosis or dwarfism-related disorder. Typically received after extensive measurements, genetic tests, and hormone tests, a diagnosis of dwarfism can present numerous implications and challenges. We provide resources for the unique needs of children diagnosed with short stature, achondroplasia, skeletal or diastrophic dysplasia, or other types of restricted growth. Explore our database for information on how to create a home safety zone, develop custom hobbies and activities, and provide emotional support for children with dwarfism. Learn about the differing health needs of a child with shorter trunck or limbs, including possible curved lower spine, shorter vertebral canals, apnea, or bowed legs. We also address misconceptions regarding emotional intelligence and lifespan, providing tools to help children with dwarfism express themselves without feeling dismissed or disregarded. Finally, use our tools to learn about how to help children of shorter stature reach physical developmental milestones and live out their lives to the fullest potential.