I haven’t fought cancer, run for mayor or started my own charter school, but I am the mom of a special needs child and there is something powerful about Parenthood that completely connects me, something I will deeply miss.
We did it all, and we’re still doing it, always trying new things, continuously evolving our methods as we get to know our child.
I have discovered children with special needs are not so uncommon and each of us has a different normality
Hell is showing up on time and being told to wait.
Watching her overcome her fears, all by herself, is a huge inspiration to me.
By Chrissy Kelly. We have the power to create the ripe beauty of everyday adventure.
By Sarah Watts. When he came out five weeks prematurely, but thankfully stable, I didn't see him for 16 hours.
By Amanda Reilly. Being part of a support group for a family with an autistic child can be difficult, so I am hoping that this “crash course” will help someone else.
By Elaine Sheff. People with Sensory Processing Disorder have a hard time sorting through stimuli such as touch, smell, movement and, for Zane, most profoundly sounds.
By Jennifer Gregory. My son was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder (SPD) a few months before his fifth birthday.