Being a special needs parent is a lot of things. Sometimes it is very hard, and requires super human strength and determination. Sometimes it is joyful and special, and beyond your wildest dreams of what parenting could be like.
But day-to-day we are all parents, raising special children who have may have physical disabilities, hidden disabilities or developmental challenges, but who are at their very core, just children. Special little lives that require love and care, and special families who work together to bring every member of the team to their full potential.
How Do We Measure Success In Our Kids: Second Time
What I Wish I Knew As A Grad Student at University of Chicago, And What I Wish I Could Teach Students Now
Since You’ve Been Gone: A Letter to my Mom
What My Sister’s Have Taught Me…
What Friends Can Teach You
Savor Every Minute
Why Does Facebook Make Me Feel Bad About Myself
Happy Mother’s Day: A Happy Day To Be Someone’s Mom
Fighting the Frump
Taking The High Road – Handicap Parking
I Never Thought It Would Happen To Me
What Are You, Like, Trying To, Like, Say?
The Super Hero Flexibility of the Special Needs Parent
Thank You For Including My Daughter
How A Group Of Teenage Girls Changed My Life, Or At Last Changed My Outlook
disAbility Awareness Week: Day One
disAbility Awareness Week: Day Two
WRITING AND SPECIAL NEEDS MOM BLOGGING