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What can we do about behaviors in kids with disabilities? Trish Shaeffer offers ideas she’s found successful with her son who has physical disabilities.read more
How’s a parent in the trenches of caring for a child with special needs supposed to rejoice to do good? Here’s the answer experience has taught me.read more
The Dream Team Link Share is ready for another Tuesday of great contributions from special needs bloggers. You can add links to your great content all day long.read more
On bad days, parents caring for children with disabilities may ask, “Is being a special needs parent worth it?” Veteran dad and guest blogger Mark Arnold answers the question.read more
This summer, I facilitated trauma training classes for more than 80 educators and realized something very heartening: educators care about traumatized kids.read more
Ryan & Kimberly Drew listen carefully to those who help their 2 kids with disabilities. But they’ve learned that even the experts don’t know everything.read more
Different Dream Living is celebrating the release of “Sharing Love Abundantly” with a drawing. Enter for a chance to win 2 FREE books for parents raising kids with disabilities!read more
While raising her Aspie son, Catherine Boyle found she had to bear in mind the need for laughter. Not just to get through the tough stuff, but to enjoy being a parent.read more
Caregiving stress in parents of kids with disabilities is a reality. Here’s your chance to suggest what should be in a book to help families cope with stress.read more
In “The Quilt” guest blogger Stephanie Ballard contemplates God’s unseen and seen plans for her son and her family. Tissue warning!read more
What I regret most about being a mean girl to kids who were different from me was brought into sharp focus at my class reunion in June.read more
Kimberly Drew explains how making time to just talk with her husband drives away her fears about the future of her children with disabilities.read more