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I explain my 4 tips for surviving a special needs train wreck when life as a special needs parent seems overwhelming.
Guest blogger Janae Copeland gives readers insight into her family’s EA/TEF journey from the vantage point of her daughter’s 11th birthday.
Whether your loved one suffers from trauma or dementia, the best question a caregiver can ask is, “How can I make you feel safe?”
Guest blogger Laura Spiegel has learned when to press on, when to let go, and how to move mountains for her daughter and herself.
In caring for her mother with dementia, Jolene finds that the power of an open window makes a huge difference.
Guest blogger Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick explains that mindset does matter in living a life of joy as a special needs parent.
Guest blogger Heather Johnson explains how she is always finding joy in the garden of disability and special needs.
When caregiving sparks stress instead of joy, what can you do? Jolene explains practical ways to find the blessings in hard situations.
Guest blogger Kristin Faith Evans details her strategies for making difficult care decisions for her two medically complex children.
Jolene explains how in our circumstances, no matter how dire, God uses whatever it takes to grow our reliance on Him.
Guest blogger Laura Spiegel explains why parenting a child with disabilities isn’t the grief Olympics. You don’t have to win at grieving.
Guest blogger Lisa Pelissier explains some communications tips she’s learned while parenting and homeschooling her autistic son.
Caring for a family member in the hospital is never easy. Jolene explains what she has learned over the years.
Guest blogger Mark Arnold explains how happy haircuts happen for his son who has sensory processing disorder (SPD).
Guest blogger Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick gives practical tips for transitioning kids with disabilities to adulthood.
No one can deny the importance of self-care for caregivers. Heather Johnson offers specific tips on how to be good to yourself.