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Guest blogger Laura Spiegel says, “Painting my daughter in color helps you see who she is.” Enjoy this a lovely portrait of Laura’s colorful child.
The gospels tell 5 stories of Jesus, kids with special needs, and their parents. Mark Arnold’s series looks at what parents today can learn by studying them.
Over 60 years ago my dad and my uncle overcame their political divide. Maybe this lesson from 2 men Iove will help our family do the same.
Being my child’s voice wasn’t easy after our son was born, but the advocacy challenges Trish Shaeffer is facing are far greater. Here’s why she keeps going.
The coronavirus has turned daily life upside down for many caregivers. These 3 anxiety tamers for a COVID-19 world can help you navigate our new abnormal.
If how we spend our days is how we spend our lives, how can special needs parents live their sometimes chaotic lives well? It boils down to what we choose.
In today’s Father’s Day post, Mark Arnold uses three themes common to special needs dads to show them what it really means to be a great dad.
In the little town where once lived, we were far from hospitals and grocery stores. But somehow, our 92 citizens got inclusion right. Churches, take note!
Learning to give grace takes practice. Laura Spiegel tells how cystic fibrosis breathing treatments became an exercise in giving grace to herself and to her daughter.
This post rounds up 7 smile makers for stressed parents. They are all FREE and most were created with caregiving families in mind. Are you smiling yet?
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing uneasiness in many children. This post about the coronavirus, trauma, and PTSD explains how parents can tend to their kids’ mental health.
I am here. You are safe. These 6 words make all the difference for Heesun Hall’s son when his PTSD caused by medical trauma leads to troubled sleep.
Coronavirus grief in kids is real. As caring adults we can help children process their grief and mourn their losses well in these 6 ways.
In this sweet letter Amy Felix told her daughter, “God will always be there to bring you home.” In that moment Amy felt God whisper those words in her ears.
These tips for navigating an IEP meeting during the coronavirus shutdown can equip parents to advocate effectivel for their kids with special needs.
After years of rolling my eyes at this hymn, I now understand how important it is to count your blessings in a crisis. It keeps you sane!