You Are Not Alone: Parenting A Child With Down Syndrome

Morgan Armstad Special Needs

Parenting a child with a disability like Down syndrome requires courage, patience and love in what can sometimes seem an impossible battle. But it is a battle that can be made considerably easier to fight if you remember that you are not alone.

The Sandwich That Changed Everything

Debi Lewis Special Needs

As parents, one of the more primal responsibilities we have is to feed our children. To be seen as deficient in that arena is to call into question our basic success in caring for them.

I See You

Brooke Conley Special Needs

Today, his teacher unknowingly answered my supplication in the form of a manila folder. A folder that said, “I see you. And you are loved.”

See Them

Dori Special Needs

Katie launched a campaign called “Changing the Face of Beauty, ” to transform public perception of people with disabilities by including them in advertising and media.

Your Beautiful Disability

Kimberly Rodriguez Special Needs

Living in a society where bullying has become such a prevalent issue, it is beautiful to see that these young children do not see anything as being “wrong” with a person. 

She Stutters

Jessica Burdg Special Needs

She stutters so badly, and she starts preschool next month. Can you fix it? Can you make them be patient, help them understand her? Can you promise they will be kind?

Diving Into A Diagnosis

Erin Britt Special Needs

I found life down there at the bottom of that vast sea, a group of like-minded parents who knew exactly what I was feeling, parents who knew exactly what I was experiencing.