May 14, 2013
Sensory sensitivity is a part of the lives of many kids with special needs. That means sensory sensitivity exposure is part of the lives of their parents. Parents like guest blogger Rebekkah Benimoff and her sister-in-law, Stephanie, who have learned to manage sock strings and sensory sensitivity with grace.
Managing Sensory Exposure...
Apr 26, 2013
Advocating and educating others about our kids with special needs is a full time job. Today, guest blogger Rebekah Benimoff describes how the hard work of advocating sometimes clogs her parent filter.
Different or Beautifully Unique?
It started as a normal conversation. She asked if I’d like to donate to support Autism Speaks, and I said “Sure!...
Apr 9, 2013
Do you think of parenting your child with special needs a calling from God? Do you ever struggle about how to respond to his call? It’s sometimes a struggle for guest blogger, Rebekah Benimoff, as this post shows.
How to Respond to a Special Needs Calling
Today I read a word from God via the heart of a mother: “Life is not an emergency....
Mar 15, 2013
Do special needs care giving demands leave you exhausted? Are you numb with grief? Guest blogger Rebekah Benimoff knows how you feel: too tired to heal, too tired to hope.
To Tired to Heal
Sometimes it feels as if I am too tired to heal. I just want to get away for a bit, to have a much needed respite from the madness. When life is spinning out of...
Dec 4, 2012
Special needs parents like guest blogger Rebekah Benimoff are experts at heavy lifting associated with caregiving. In today’s post she explains where she find support when the chaos of daily life leaves her weak-kneed.
Special Needs Parents: Where to Find Strength
My house is filled with medical diagnoses that shape how we go about life. Most...