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10 More Great Special Needs Parenting Blogs

Thanks to your recommendations about fantastic websites after reading Different Dream’s list of 10 great special needs parenting blogs, today’s post features 10 more great special needs parenting blogs. So take a look at other blogs Different Dream readers love listed in no particular order and see what you think: Lovin’ Adopting features topics of interest to adoptive parents, many of... read more

The Accessibility Summit: Special Needs Ministry Dreaming

McLean Bible Church’s  fantastic Accessibility Summit was held last weekend in Washington, DC. The Summit is one of the highlights of the year for parents of kids with special needs and special needs ministry leaders, myself included. I attended and presented a workshop for the fifth year in a row. (This year’s topic was PTSD: The Effects of Early Medical Trauma on Kids with Special Needs.)... read more

10 Great Special Needs Parenting Blogs

One of the best perks of being a special needs parent and blogger is reading other blogs and getting to know the people who write them. And thanks to DifferentDream.com’s Tuesday special needs link share, I’m finding more blogs to check out every week. This post highlights ten special needs parenting blogs that I really enjoy. Here they are in no particular order. What Do You Do Dear? Mary... read more

The Faith Inclusion Network Is a Special Needs Gift

Last week I received a most amazing gift. But I wasn’t the only person to receive it. Karen Jackson, leader of the Faith Inclusion Network, gave this most amazing gift to around 20 people gathered together in a beach house. The gift included this beautiful sunrise, which led Shelly Christensen, Lorna Bradley, and I to worship our Creator on a brisk morning. But the sunrise was only a small portion... read more

Isolation Is a Special Needs Parent’s Mean Girl

 A few months ago, the folks over at The Caregivers Space asked me to co-host a bi-monthly special needs support group at their site. The post below explains why such support groups are so needed in our community. Isolation whispers the same words in the ear of every special needs parent she finds. “I’m your best friend,” she says as she cozies up to them in the dark hours of the night. “You don’t need... read more
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