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Guest blogger Kelly Simpson turns to God for answers when her heart asks, “Why did this happen to my child?”
Guest blogger Lisa Pelissier, fighting weariness at the start of the school year, explains her plan to keep going in the midst of hard times.
Mark Arnold tells how his experiences at church have shown him that Hello means the world to those with disabilities and special needs.
Guest blogger Kristin Faith Evans offers tips for managing mixed emotions when our kids with disabilities go back to school.
Guest blogger and teacher Maggi Gale asks, “How much is too much to tell teachers about my child’s disability?”
Guest blogger Janae Copeland explains how her daughter’s sudden new diagnosis left her looking for lessons after hard times.
Guest blogger Lisa Pelissier shares her own experience with Red 40 and offers advice for parents to lessen the problems it causes.
For special needs parents, figuring out trauma vs. trust becomes the difference between enduring life and enjoying it.
Guest blogger Kristin Faith Evans explains how to connect with other special needs parents to get the support you need.
Guest blogger Lisa Pelissier ponders the truth of the Christian cliche that God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life.
In part five in her series on William Glasser’s Choice Theory, Jolene explains empowering kids with disabilities using fun.
What Does a Happy Birthday Look Like? Guest blogger Mark Arnold explains how he made his son’s birthday uniquely perfect.
Guest blogger Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick lays out God’s word for special needs parents and explains how she has been encouraged by it.
Guest blogger Kelly Simpson offers tips and encouragement for parents raising babies with EA/TEF or other feeding issues.
In the fourth post in a series, Jolene explains empowering kids with disabilities so that they gain freedom.
Guest blogger Jennifer Forman offers practical and specific help for parents of kids who experience food delays.