Family time - it sounds so simple and classic. Cookie baking and movie watching, pool going and museum strolling. For a large family and one with special needs, family time is a sailor's knot of complexity... Read on...http://planbust.blogspot.com/2014/11/full-family-joy.html...more
Understanding how my son views, organizes and interprets the world is one my greatest challenges as a parent of a special needs child. Without a window into his way of thinking, I'm just like a bird flying into glass, stunned, unable to make sense of what just happened. Everyday, I look for clues to help me teach and cope. In the Little People, I have found an opening. His love of Fisher Price Little People allowed me to see glimpses of his world, his thinking, and his emotions. He creates amazing patterns and presentations of these plastic, stand-up people.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is continuing its long-standing support of The Help Group with this year's Holiday Open House. Today, November 6, 2014 from 2pm to 6pm special small drinks in 3 holiday flavors will be sold for only $1 and all gross proceeds will benefit The Help Group. Read more here....more
November Marks Fourteen Years That My Sixteen year Old Daughter has Been Brain Cancer FreeFourteen years ago on November 2, 2000 my daughter underwent surgery to remove a very large tumor from her teeny tiny two year old brain.Today we are rejoicing and thanking God that she has been free from cancer ever since that day so very long ago....more
Before my son was born, I knew nothing about it. I couldn't even recall ever meeting a person with Down syndrome. Then, everything changed. Rather than pointing you to charts about physical features and learning abilities, let's make an effort to really understand, even a little bit, about Down syndrome and the families it touches.