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Autism Overload and Elephants in the Room, Pt 1

Autism is part of life for guest blogger Sarah Broady and her family. But sometimes her concern for her son with autism ooze into every facet of her life. In the first post in her series about autism overload, she describes how autism is always on her mind. Autism Overload and Elephants in the Room, Part 1 Autism Overload on Facebook I had my Facebook page open on the computer recently and my husband... read more

Special Needs Ministry: Meet Michael’s Village

Our post for the day comes from guest blogger Susie Stefonowich. After reading Karen Jackson’s post about her daughter’s confirmation, Stefonowich submitted this piece about a young man in the parish where she and her husband lead an ecumenical special needs ministry. Special Needs Ministry: Meet Michael’s Village I truly began to appreciate the saying “It takes a village”... read more

Dream Team Link Share #17

Hello, everyone! Tuesday has arrived once again, so it’s time for the weekly Dream Team link share. You can share old or new special needs-related links from your own blog or from something you read. Links from parents, grandparents, siblings or other relatives of kids with special needs are welcome. So are links about education, ministry, resources, upcoming events, and even contests with a special... read more

Special Needs Parenting Toolbox

Special needs parenting is a job that requires a huge toolbox. DifferentDream.com exists to locate those tools and point parents to them. The tools featured in this post can be found at the Familius website. Familius is a small book publisher, and their blog is written by their authors. Since they’ll release Jolene’s new book about PTSD in children in the spring of 2015 , she contributes a... read more

Special Needs Parents Need Lavish Rest

Special needs parents need rest. But where to find it? That’s the problem guest blogger Rebekah Benimoff asks and answers in today’s guest post. So put your feet up and rest while you read her post. Special Needs Parents Need Lavish Rest In this moment, I need the simplicity of quiet and rest. I live just far away from family to not be at every event, and often, phone calls bridge the gap... read more
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