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Caregivers fear the future, especially those caring for children who will outlive them. Here are 3 practical ways to help ease fear in caregiving families.
A crash course in Social Distancing 101 after our medically-fragile baby was born prepared us for COVID-19. We hope what we learned can help you, too.
As your family does its part to stop the spread of COVID-19, these love language hacks can help spread the love to everyone at your house.
These 6 coronavirus and social distancing-inspired ideas make connecting with caregiving families as easy as connecting with anyone else and pack a big relationship boosting punch.
God commands His people to be strong and courageous. Guest blogger Melanie Gomez explains what that work looks like for caregiving parents.
It’s hard when the parent of a child with special needs admits, “My child is different.” Even so, today’s blogger believes all parents have much in common.
Is the coronavirus hype? These sites provide accurate information about how to lower the chances that the coronavirus and kids with special needs will meet.
These 3 questions can prepare you to advocate during your child’s annual review meeting for the right placement for the right school placement next fall.
Life is not good when we have medically-fragile kids with the flu at home. Use these tips to increase their chances of staying out of the hospital.
Shelly Christensen believes that belonging is the heartbeat of inclusion, and she examines biblical truths that prove the rightness of disability inclusion.
When I talk to caregiving parents, they remind me of the sweet joy in the middle of goodness that is raising kids with special needs. Not always easy, but joyful and good.
When an 8-year-old boy asked, “Why did God make me with special needs?” Mark Arnold pondered the question and came up with this answer. What do you think?
Check out these 5 powerful ways special needs parents impact the world. Never doubt that what you are doing is of lasting, eternal importance.
If caregiving means getting away is difficult, check out these downloadable retreats to strengthen your marriage and specail needs family. So valuable!
A dad asks “What anchors me?” as he reflects upon his young son’s death. In his answer, he finds purpose, hope, and connection. Tissue warning!
Heartfelt gratitude for special needs blessings can take a long time to cultivate. Paul Gallagher describes how he and his wife learned about gratitude and how they want to bless others.