Big Announcement Time!!!👀 We’re releasing a new book! I’m beyond excited to let you all know that we’re writing a book centered on my son’s life with Autism! While everyone has their own story, sharing our experiences with one another helps us ALL be better advocates as we build a stronger community for our children on […]
It’s Cerebral Palsy Awareness month 💚💚💚 Cerebral Palsy affects one’s muscles in various ways. Some have very little differences than the typical population. Others are fully involved and cannot control their bodies at all. Most of the community falls in between. If you’re curious, ask questions. 😉 I enjoy educating folks on our walk with […]
Success is not always what you see 👀
You, the teacher, and your child can help your child get out of special education. This article speaks on the real possibility of advancing to the level of exiting special education for your child.
Good evening everyone! I hope this message finds you well. I’m healing from the nine day hospital visit my daughter Maria just survived. She was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at birth. I was told she wouldn’t make it through that night, almost 24 years ago! Well, she sufferers from digestive issues because she’s sedentary (sits […]
Good evening blessed and beautiful people. March is Women’s Month and it’s also Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month 💚💚💚 Green is our adopted color. Maria (my daughter) has been my biggest blessing in life. She’s taught me to appreciate the things that truly matter in this world. Maria is also my greatest teacher and my reason […]
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When you have a “regular” child, you feel reasonably assured that class participation and decent study habits will result in good grades. These kids have close friends. They get invited to participate in social things like dances and weekend gatherings. They make the teams, auditioned organizations and clubs. And you give little thought to them […]
Blessed new week to everyone this reaches. I shared this post in our caregiver support group but it is relevant to parenting, education and special needs as we all need to sharpen our social skills with empathy and respect front and center. We’re at a pivotal place in our society. We must be the change […]
Good afternoon! With school starting virtually in most places I know first hand how difficult it can be to have children with special needs sit in front of a computer all day! If you’re the parent of a child with autism, please reach out and ask about any services you may need. You never know […]