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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

Celebrating Thanksgiving with Your Child Who Has Special Needs

The Thanksgiving turkey doesn’t go in the oven for a few more weeks. But now’s the time to implement plans that will make the holiday a celebration rather than a dreaded event for your child with special needs and the entire family. A post from the Neurological and Physical Abilitation Center (NAPA) offer some excellent ideas. Fun and Engaging Thanksgiving Activities Here are just a few of the... read more

Sensory Sensitivity & Kids: How Can They Cope?

Guest blogger Philip Masterson and his wife are first time parents of an amazing little boy. In this post, Philip describes how they have addressed the sensory sensitivity issues that go along with his diagnosis of autism. Sensory Sensitivity & Kids: How Can They Cope? As new parents, my wife and I were determined to get parenting right the first time. We were very keen on documenting our son’s first... read more

Dream Team Link Share #33

Happy November, everyone and welcome to today’s Dream Team Tuesday special needs link up. You can join the fun by posting links from your special needs-related website or something wonderful you read an another site. You are welcome to add anything about special needs parenting, resources, events, education, faith, ministry, or a specific disability. Both Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving are on... read more

Special Needs Respite & Jill’s House

We interrupt today’s post to congratulate the winner of The Caregiver’s Notebook give away, Pam Christensen. Here’s what she says about how she plans to use the book: Both of our sons have different learning disorders and ADHD. It gets complicated keeping track of their various appts, meetings with teachers, therapists reports, medications, etc. I’m looking forward to using this resource... read more
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