Moms Of Children With Differences: It’s Difficult, But It Doesn’t Mean You’re Doing it Wrong
Motherhood | Parenting

Moms Of Children With Differences: It’s Difficult, But It Doesn’t Mean You’re Doing it Wrong

Moms of children with differences often blame themselves when things are hard. The truth is sometimes things are really difficult, but it doesn’t mean you are doing it wrong.  He threw the book and stomped off to his room. “Don’t you understand?” he yelled, clearly frustrated. “I have dys-A-lexia!” As he slammed the door, I…

What Are The Qualifications For Homeschooling A Child With Special Needs?
Homeschooling | IEP

What Are The Qualifications For Homeschooling A Child With Special Needs?

“What Are The Qualifications For Homeschooling A Child With Special Needs?” It’s a question I am asked all the time.  “Aren’t you worried that you are keeping him from really getting the help he needs?” “You don’t want your son to miss out on the professional help the school system provides.” “How can you possibly…

The Power Of Relationship In Helping Children With Learning Disabilities
Learning Differences

The Power Of Relationship In Helping Children With Learning Disabilities

Helping Your Child With Language-Based Learning Disabilities is one of the best books I have ever read as a mom of children with differences. I am excited to share it with you today!  My youngest son was only seven years old, the first time he went through a comprehensive neuro-psychiatric evaluation. Two days of almost…