Empowering Kids with Disabilities, Part 2: The Need for Love and Belonging
Jolene explains the second of the five basic needs, love and belonging, with a goal of empowering kids with disabilities.
A Caregiver’s Hope Can Be Found in Unexpected Places
Guest blogger Heather Braucher relates her source of hope, and the notion that a caregiver’s hope can be found in unexpected places.
I Press On
Guest blogger Kelly Simpson explains how she leaned on God during times of adversity and was empowered to say, “I press on.”
The Empty Nest
Guest blogger Maggi Gale describes her utter joy at the empty nest she has after both her daughters have grown up and flown away.
Empowering Kids with Disabilities, Part 1: Meet Basic Survival Needs
Jolene explains how William Glasser’s choice theory taught her about enabling kids with disabilities to meet survival needs.
The Joy of an Unexpected Breakthrough
Guest blogger Mark Arnold shares the joy of an unexpected breakthrough in his son’s journey through autism and epilepsy.