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Dream Team Link Share #57

  Happy Tuesday to all of you! Thank you for stopping by the weekly Dream Team Link Share for special needs bloggers. You are cordially invited to add links to special needs posts about parenting, resources, events, education, faith, ministry, or information about a specific disability or condition. They can be great posts you’ve written or read. The idea is to compile a whole bunch of... read more

Grandparenting Kids with Special Needs: What Do You Want to Know?

Yes, yes, I know DifferentDream.com is a website for parents of kids with special needs. But in the past few months, first one post about grandparenting kids with special needs and then another, received a hearty reception. Not surprising because grandparenting kids with special needs can be a puzzling adventure for extended family members who love their grandkids, but don’t know how to relate to... read more

PTSD in Parents: 6 Ways to Deal with Adrenal Fatigue

Welcome to the third post in Different Dream series about PTSD in parents of kids with special needs. Today, guest blogger and mom Rachel Olstad is here to tell her story of coming to terms with her PTSD that developed after the birth of 2 of her children. PTSD in Parents: 6 Ways to Deal with Adrenal Fatigue I was 25 years old when my first child was conceived. Trips to the teaching hospital, prenatal... read more

How Not to Say the Wrong Thing to Special Needs Parents

Special needs blogs are full of advice about how not to say the wrong thing to special needs parents. Case in point? How many posts have you seen with titles like these? 10 Things Not to Say to Parents of Kids with Special Needs 6 Things Not to Say to Parents of Kids with Autism 5 Ways to Wound Special Needs Parents with Words Or perhaps you pay more attention with posts with a more positive spin: 5... read more

4 Ways to Keep Kids with Special Needs Busy

Guest blogger Kimberly Drew and her family recently moved to a new home. They discovered the challenge of keeping Abbey, their daughter with special needs, busy in productive instead of destructive ways. In today’s post she explains 4 strategies that work for her daughter and can keep other kids with special needs busy, too. 4 Ways to Keep Kids with Special Needs Busy I don’t know about you, but... read more
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