Apr 23, 2013
My head’s still spinning and my feet are still hurting from standing a lot during the whirlwind weekend at the 2013 Accessibility Summit at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia.
The Best Thing About the Accessibility Summit
The absolutely best part of the Summit is meeting online friends like Laurie Hetherington in person. Connecting...
Mar 18, 2013
The 2013 Accessibility Summit is only a month away, and I’m already counting the days. The Summit is like a special needs family reunion where parents of kids with special needs and special needs ministry leaders come together to network, attend workshops, and get a peek at the latest and greatest special needs products and ideas.
May 29, 2012
No, the above photo is not of me. But someone could have snapped a picture similar to it during my years as the parent of a child with special needs. More than once I felt as though I was losing my mind. Those years are indelibly imprinted in my memory. The purpose of the five part series, Managing Your Time Without Losing Your Mind, is to prevent...
May 22, 2012
This post is the fourth in a five part series about time management for parents of kids with special needs. All the strategies and tips have provided by DifferentDream.com guest bloggers. (For Melissa Gamble’s tips in Part 1, click here. For Amy Stout’s strategies, click here for Part 2 and here for Part 3.) Today’s tips come from...
May 15, 2012
This series on time management for parents of kids with special needs is for anyone who ever feels like the person in the picture. In Part 3, guest blogger Amy Stout is back with five more strategies for parents like you and me. (Click here for Part 2 of the series which showcases Amy’s first five strategies. Click here for Part 1 of the...