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In the meantime, check out our most recent blog posts!
Today’s guest blogger, Kimberly Drew, stands amazed at the latest new thing God has done for their daughter Abbey at the high school she now attends.read more
Once a teacher, always a teacher! She’s 90, but here are 4 new caregiving lessons Mom taught me. They apply to caring for elderly parents and kids with special needs.read more
The difference between hope and expectations can be a tricky one for caregivers. Kathy Guzzo explains how she’s learned to tell the difference.read more
Disability advocates are people of passion. These 5 lessons can temper that passion so we become more effective disability advocates.read more
Parents raising kids with disabilities and special needs will appreciate the Caring for the Caretaker resource compiled by Laurie McLean.read more
Special needs caregivers, join the fun and leave a comment about which Parks and Recreation cast member most closely resembles your caregiving style.read more
Making marriage a priority is crucial for parents raising kids with disabilities and special needs–for the good of everyone in the family.read more
Special needs caregivers who are looking for comic relief can find it in this series devoted to helping them find the Parks & Recreation character they resemble most.read more
Making summer magical for kids with special needs requires creativity and a sprinkling of pixie dust which is easier than you may think.read more
Lillian Flakes writes about 4 best education strategies she and her husband employ with their daughter as school ends and summer vacation begins.read more
The Dream Team Link Share is ready for another Tuesday. Bloggers can add their special needs-related links and posts all day long.read more
The host of A Special Host Podcast, Sarah Broady, finishes up her series with ideas about how to get the most out of her special needs and disability podcast.read more