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Kozie Clothes provides clothing designed especially for babies and kids with medical or sensory processing needs including onesies for G-tube fed babies, weighted vests and blankets, and more!
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In the meantime, check out our most recent blog posts!
The day after Easter can be a struggle for parents raising kids with special needs, just as it was for the disciples. Their story provides practical advice about how to handle the day after Easter.read more
Do you wonder how to find joy in every season of special needs parenting? Guest blogger Jenn Soehnlin shares practical ideas and encouragement in this post.read more
Special needs and disability conferences are popping up around the country. They provide a wealth of information by bringing in workshop speakers from around the country and inviting local agencies to host exhibit tables. Conferences also create networking...read more
This 5 Love Languages® for special needs and disability families project update includes the new title, the book cover art, and more!read more
The Hope Anew Disability Podcast is the latest offering from Jonathan and Sarah McGuire. Learn who it’s for and what it’s about in this post.read more
Heather Johnson is back with ways caretakers can take care of their marriages and themselves using imagination and laughter.read more
Caretakers can take care of themselves, even when caregiving demands are challenging. Heather Johnson explains it’s important & shares easy self-care ideas.read more
While reading stress survey responses, I knew that child could have been been me. A chill went down my spine and strengthened my desire to redeem my time.read more
Do you have a special needs ministry dream for your church? Guest blogger Marnie Witters has ideas about how to start realizing that dream.read more
I’d like to introduce you to my father, Harlan Stratton. I hope this post helps you see him as I do. Because he’s my dad, not a disability.read more