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A TV ad showed Mark Arnold how to healthily reframe the milestones, transitions and rites of passage his son hasn’t and won’t experience.
Mask mandates are nothing new for parents of medically-fragile kids. In the pandemic, 2 parents learned to remove a different kind of mask.
The disability community is under-represented in television’s landscape. Today’s blogger asks questions about expectation versus reality tv.
Speaking healthy physical touch to kids with special needs and disabilities can be done in ways surprising to parents and other caregivers.
Your kindness can make a big difference for vulnerable people and families who are experiencing the unkind aftermath of the pandemic.
Are you a caregiver who needs a pep talk about taking care of yourself? Here’s the version Kimberly Drew is telling herself as summer nears.
These 6 caregiving advocacy tips served us well when our son was little, and they’re doing the same as my mother ages.
These 3 strategies are designed to help you deal with anxiety in a post-Covid world as you and your family prepare to enter society again.
Parenting is a big old ball of conflicting emotions. Today’s blogger wants you to know there is no right way for caregiving parents to feel.
Why are we more effective advocates when we write everything down regarding the loved ones in our care? That question is answered right here.
These every day practices go a long way toward making every day a great Mother’s Day for moms of kids with special needs and disabilities.
Ways to speak gifts and acts of service to kids with special needs and disabilities are plentiful. This post offers some creative ones!
Making every day a great Mother’s Day may seem unrealistic but guest blogger Heather Johnson’s story explains her commitment to the cause.
This question may change your mindset about how to treat yourself: What if denying self-care is an injustice to you and your family? Ouch!
The uncertainty and lack of control caregivers experience can lead to despair. When you feel hopeless, take time to process your emotions.
Grief happens at different seasons of life in caregiving families. That’s the lesson Kimberly Drew learned once again when her daughter had an unexpected grand mal seizure recently. In this post she talks about how she’s processing her emotions and adjusting to her...