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Adding a dollop of caregiving to the cozy mystery genre, and this year I’m taking the leap. I’d love to have you join in the adventure! Here’s how.
The emotions of an EA/TEF parenting life are all over the place. Guest blogger Emily Duckworth explains how she finds joy when negative emotions creep in.
Is a normal life with EA possible? Yes, says today’s guest blogger, thanks to the ingenious Foker method that was brand-new 23 years ago.
Meet Christy Cook, an EA/TEF survivor since her first surgery after birth in 1963, and learn about Christy’s Courage, her non-profit for EA/TEF kids.
EA/TEF Awareness Month, 2020 is here. This January the blog is featuring posts from EA/TE famiilies. If you don’t know what EA/TEF is, start reading now!
As parent to a child with special needs, Lillian Flakes has a unique view of gift exchanges. Check out the 3 dimensions of her special needs gift exchange.
We spent our first Christmas away from home, far from our families as we cared for our son with special needs. To my surprise, it was a wonderful. Here’s why.
Guest blogger Kathy Guzzo suggests checking your caregiving lists in 3 simple ways to lower frustration, isolation, and sadness this Christmas.
All hail the birth of Jesus! How do we make this inclusive statement a reality in our churches? Taking small steps this Christmas is a good starting place.
As Christmas nears, Leslie Butterfield Harrop offers wisdom about how to navigate the combination of Santa, special needs, and the single mom.
Autism brought me to the end of myself. So says guest blogger Amy Felix, who also found unexpected joy at the end of herself.
Milestones, traditions, and celebrations are important to every member of your family. These 3 tips can help parents modify them so children with special needs can participate fully.
Special needs parenting is disrupted by the unexpected. But as Mark Arnold has learned, those unexpected disruptions lead to authenticity and love.
What does it mean to survive as a special needs parent? Guest blogger Trish Shaeffer describes some common signs of survival in families like ours.
This Thanksgiving, I’m concentrating on being grateful for small things because caregiving has taught me that small things are worthy of great gratitude.
Jesus reserves a place at His table for those with special needs and disabilties. Here’s how 1 mom helps her church let our children with special needs in.