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Special or Sad Holidays for Kids with Disabilities?

Special or sad? That’s the question guest blogger Brittany Miller asks as the holiday season swings into full gear. In today’s post, she answers her own question with ideas she uses to keep from letting her daughter’s special needs make her too sad at this time of year. Special or Sad Holidays for Kids with Disabilities? Fall is in full swing, and every holiday from Halloween to New... read more

Special Needs Happiness for Parents

Special needs happiness is an elusive find for parents. Guest blogger Rebekah Benimoff, whose long ago desire was a happy life, never found the dream of her youth. But, as she shares in this post, she found wholeness instead. Special Needs Happiness, Or Wholeness?  All I ever wanted was a normal, happy life. As a teen I assumed I would marry, have children, and live the average Christian life–singing in... read more

Dream Team Link Share #34

Welcome to the Veteran’s Day edition of Dream Team link share. This Tuesday is the time to add your special needs-related posts to the link up. Any posts about special needs parenting, resources, events, education, faith, ministry, or a specific disability are welcome. They don’t need to be brand new posts either. This is an opportunity to feature posts that deserve a second chance. Veteran’s... read more

Special Needs Respite: Oxygen3

Special needs respite is one way parents of kids with special needs can recharge their caregiving batteries. In part 2 of this series about special needs respite,  Cameron Dolittle, director of the respite facility Jill’s House in the Washington, DC area, is here to share his vision about how to provide respite all over our country. Special Needs Respite: Oxygen3 After serving abroad with the... read more

The Caregiver’s Notebook Vlog Series: How to Use It

In case you didn’t hear the big YAHOO at our house, The Caregiver’s Notebook: An Organizational Tool and Support to Help You Care for Others was officially on November 1 by Discovery House Publishers. With the cat book officially out of the bag and caregivers can actually purchase the book online and at bookstores, I’m launching a new vlog series to offer caregivers even more support.... read more
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