A Normal Life with EA

A Normal Life with EA

A normal life with EA is possible according to Logan Ebert’s firsthand account of how his long gap, pure esophageal atresia (EA) was repaired. I’m delighted to welcome Logan as today’s guest blogger, EA/TEF survivor, and thriving 23-year-old young...
What Disability Means to My Warrior Son, Part 2

What Disability Means to My Warrior Son, Part 2

What disability means for our children with special needs is a reality we can help our kids accept. In part one of this two part series, guest blogger Trish Shaeffer described her son’s disability and what it means for him. In today’s post, she explains he...
What Disability Means for My Warrior Son, Part 1

What Disability Means for My Warrior Son, Part 1

What disability means for our children with special needs is something our kids wrestle with as they grow. As parents, we must anticipate what our children will face and prepare to support them. In the first post in her two part series, guest blogger Trish Schaeffer...
Child First, Disability Second

Child First, Disability Second

Child first, disability second. Guest blogger Mark Arnold explains how the order of those words can and should shift our perception of people living with disabilities and special needs.Ā Once you read his words, you may want to share his wisdom to get the perception...