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The Caregiver’s Notebook Vlog Series: Calendar How Tos

The Caregiver’s Notebook vlog series is here today with episode 3 in the series. The Caregiver’s Notebook: An Organizational Tool and Support to Help You Care for Others was officially released by Discovery House Publishers on November 1, 2014. This series began a week later as a way to offer support to caregivers and relieve their stress. What Kinds of Caregivers? The notebook was designed to... read more

No More Vacant Special Needs Dads

Vacant special needs dads are an unwanted reality for many families kids with disabilities. Today’s guest blogger and author Jeff Davidson was in danger of becoming a vacant dad after the birth of his son who has profound special needs. Today, Jeff shares the story of the grace that rescued him and his family and eventually led to his newly released book and the No More Vacant Dads initiative. You... read more

Happy Thanksgiving, Little Town on the Prairie

My husband and I weren’t looking forward to our first Thanksgiving as parents of a baby with special needs. The little town on the prairie where we lived was 750 miles from the University of Nebraska hospital in Omaha where our son had already had 2 surgeries, the first when he was less than 24 hours old. The surgeon insisted on scheduling a follow-up appointment before releasing our son after the... read more

Dream Team Link Share #35

Happy Tuesday! Thanks for stopping by this week’s Dream Team link share. You’re invited to add your special needs-related posts to the link up. Posts about special needs parenting, resources, events, education, faith, ministry, or information about a specific disability or condition are welcome. Remember, they don’t need to be brand new posts. If you have a post that deserves to see the light... read more

Special Needs Respite: How to Start a Program

Special needs respite should be a component of every special needs caregiver’s life. Unfortunately, finding good respite care is difficult in many parts of the country. In the final post in Cameron Doolittle’s series about special needs respite, he shares many ideas and oodles of resources churches can use to create respite programs right where you live. Special Needs Respite: How to Start a... read more
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