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Author Nicholas Tana tells readers about the little girl behind his new children’s book, The Little Lion that Listened.
You can begin helping autistic children recover from meltdowns by learning from from one dad’s experience as father of a child with autism.
What’s the best way of communicating your child’s love language to medical professionals? This post offers 3 tips to get you started.
Kristin Faith Evans shares strategies to help caregiving parents moving from painful comparison to joyful acceptance of their kids’ lives.
Jessica Temple, who lives with chronic illness while raising kids with special needs, shares tips about the reality of spoonie parenting.
After we returned from a month long trip, I needed a vacation from vacation. At least I thought I did until the Holy Spirit changed my mind.
When I’m able to frame first world problems and caregiving problems in light of the world to come, it leads to peace and hope and endurance.
Mark Arnold offers ideas about meeting sensory needs through fidgets and fiddles in this post. Check out these great sensory box additions.
To be effective advocates for our kids with disabilities and special needs, sometimes we must recognize and stand up to professional bullying.
Extended family members can use the 5 love languages to create support networks for caregiving parents. Here are 5 practical how-to ideas.
For Heather Johnson finding true rest as a caregiver often feels like an unending, futile pursuit. And yet she has discovered a way to do it.
It is only for a season, though it may feel like forever. I cling to this truth in hard times. Maybe it’s a word of hope you need today, too.
I thought I would shed fewer caregiving tears as I got older. Boy was I wrong as this list of what makes me cry as a caregiver reveals.
Kristin Evans has 2 tips for parents of kids with disabilities intent upon discovering the gift of simple moments to create special memories.
Lisa Pelissier wants parents to hear her child’s story in hopes that other kids with PANS will receive an early diagnosis and good prognosis.
It’s hard to find time and energy for using the love languages with siblings of kids with disabilities. This post offers 3 easy-to-use tips.