25 Must-Read Resources for Siblings of Children and Adults With Disabilities

This is an article that I have wanted to write for a long time as it is personal to me. I watch my youngest nephew growing up with the responsibility of caring for his older brother with a disability. 435 more words

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Start by Believing: How to support sexual assault survivors and spot abuse

The topic of sexual assault has been plaguing the news with new reports coming out every day.

Some well-known cases are the Harvey Weinstein or Larry Nassar cases but the issue is also right here in our community. 576 more words


Early Intervention-Resources and Information

Early intervention services are provided through the IDEA Act-  a law that makes available a free appropriate public education to eligible children with disabilities throughout the nation and ensures special education and related services. 210 more words


Family Resources explains how to spot abuse during GMQC Breakfast With...

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MOLINE- Thursday, February 15th, Good Morning Quad Cities will be having Breakfast With…Ashley Velez, the Illinois Supervisor for Survivor Services at Family Resources. 95 more words


Sexual assault counselor explains how hard it can be for a survivor to speak out

DAVENPORT – Sarah Keeton recognizes Margaret’s pain, she speaks to college students every day and counsels them through trauma like sexual assault.

“It’s really hard, it’s a violating thing that happens to you, especially not being able to remember something,” said Sarah Keeton, Iowa Campus Coordinator with Family Resources. 284 more words


Parent Corner

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My Favourite Podcasts

Working as a sales person part-time means I am on the road quite often for work. If you live in Sydney you know how chaotic the traffic is- it’s very organised chaos but still chaos. 353 more words