Managing Your Time and Energy when Mothering a Child with Special Needs The Oxygen Mask Story You have probably heard the phrase that you should put on your oxygen mask first, if you are in a plane that is about to crash. I wonder where this statement came from. It certainly wasn’t from a mother … Continue reading Managing Time & Energy
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Most neurologist and neuroscience professionals will come to the conclusion that Autism and its many spectrums, all seem to generate the best shifts in emotional behavior when creativity and fun are involved. The colors of playdough or the fun of gluing paper together may spark your child’s interest and keep it engaged for a bit … Continue reading Fun things to do that invoke creativity
Love Your Emotions and Understand the Meaning They Offer Brene Brown said it perfectly when she said “The darkness does not destroy our light. The darkness defines it.”. Often times, parents who raise children with special needs, find that their emotional core is all over the place. Love your emotions and understand the meaning they … Continue reading Sadness and Joy
Thirty years ago, children and adults with disabilities were often shut out and placed in nursing homes, left to die, and disregarded. Today, because we have had the tough conversations about special needs, physical and mental disabilities and options, things are starting to look up. In this blog I am going to open up the conversation … Continue reading Awareness, Acceptance and Action
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