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9 Tips for Surviving a Tornado in a Wheelchair

9 Tips for Surviving a Tornado in a Wheelchair

These 9 tips greatly increase the chances for surviving a tornado in a wheelchair, whether your family member is a child or an adult.

The Importance of Community for Parents of Kids with Complex Medical Needs, Pt. 2

The Importance of Community for Parents of Kids with Complex Medical Needs, Pt. 2

Jill Seaney offers practical ideas about how to create a community for parents of kids with complex medical needs to support and encourage you and others facing similar circumstances.

Nasty Little Whispers and the Truths Caregivers Can Use to Silence Them

Nasty Little Whispers and the Truths Caregivers Can Use to Silence Them

Nasty little whispers, also known as lies, can make a caregiver's life miserable. This post exposes 3 of the lies and to 3 truths to silence them.

Sometimes a Mom Needs to be Mothered

Sometimes a Mom Needs to be Mothered

Sometimes a special needs mom needs to be mothered. From experience, I know these 3 steps can lead to mothering that restores a tired heart.

Meet Jolene

Jolene Philo is a published author, speaker, wife, and mother of a son with special needs.

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