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That Perfect Scar

Guest blogger Stephanie Husted stays busy caring for her son with heart-related special needs. But as February, also known as Heart Month, drew to a close, she found enough time to pick up a pen and write a poem. It’s a poem to her son, who had heart surgery as a tiny baby, and lives with a perfect scar on his torso. If you’re the parent of a child who had early surgery, you will want to have... read more

Would You Change Things for Your Child with Special Needs?

About a month ago, I read a post at WonderBaby.org (a great blog geared to families raising kids with visual impairments). The post asked parents of kids with special needs an intriguing question: If you could wave a magic wand and “cure” your child’s disabilities, would you? When I shared article on A Different Dream for My Child‘s Facebook page many, many parents responded. So I... read more

Dream Team Link Share #52

Happy St. Paddy’s Day to you on this Dream Team Tuesday. May the luck ‘o the Irish be with you as you add posts about special needs parenting, resources, events, education, faith, ministry, or information about a specific disability or condition today’s special needs Dream Team link share. Just remember, no pinching allowed! Thanks to all who have been sharing the Dream Team love via... read more

Special Needs Parenting: From Coping to Thriving Giveaway

Dr. Lorna Bradley is the mother of an adult son with Asperger syndrome.and she’s an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church. If that short description rings a bell, perhaps you read her Different Dream guest post about beauty in brokenness. Now she’s combined her personal and professional expertise to write an invaluable new book for parents of kids with special needs. I’m excited... read more

3 Ways to Focus on the Future as Special Needs Parents

Guest blogger Kathy Guzzo is back after a season of dealing with health issues. Today, she’s glad to announce that not only is her health better, but also her adult daughter’s health is improving, too. Today, Kathy writes about how she’s learning to focus on the future again. Focus on the Future It had been more than ten years, that’s more than 3650 day since I had seen my daughter... read more
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