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Supporting Families with Children Who Have Special Health Care Needs

Being a parent is an around-the-clock job – add on the challenges of raising a child with special health care needs, and it can feel overwhelming. 627 more words


Loving Through the Delay

When I wrote the first post for this blog I simply wanted to share our story. A lot of our friends had no idea anything was going on with Abigail at the time. 1,032 more words


Feeling alone

I often think that I relate to my son so well because I understand how he feels to be different from every one else. My son is on the spectrum, and sometimes times it’s really hard for him to make friends. 274 more words


Choosing Which School (Part 2)

The school hunting continues… In my previous post, I talked about the factors that I am considering when looking for the right school for Zach. Just to review, they are the following: 931 more words


Cause and Effect

Every individual baby is different. Size, weight, length, prematurity, ethnicity, chromosomes. Every little body functions differently. Every little body reacts differently. But, why is the same amount of vaccination given to every baby receiving? 1,861 more words


Two unique women: a blog for International Women's Day

I have been doing a course recently (one of the many reasons blogging has taken a back seat) and learning lots about content and the need to grasp the reader’s attention in the first few sentences. 1,396 more words

Rare Chromosome Disorder

TeachNow Case Study Involving Potential Developmental Delay Module 3 Unit 3 Activity 3

Case Study Involving Developmental Delay /Potential Autism

Student A is a lovely male, 3 year old that appears to have some learning challenges. The student exhibits below average motor skills, seems to have anxiety when speaking, and has difficulty learning and following social rules of the classroom. 1,267 more words