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Parents as Love Therapists

In spending time with my son in a children’s hospital, I can’t help but take in the sights and sounds and learn a thing or two about humanity. Being surrounded by so many other parents of children with special needs is both comforting and heartbreaking–especially in this setting. I find myself listening to mothers and […]

Teaching to Symptoms, Not a Diagnosis

Once you were given a diagnosis for your child, you wanted to know everything there was to know about it. You read the appropriate books, bookmarked the best websites, and joined support forums. When it comes to homeschooling your child with special needs, you want to do the same: find all the books, websites, and […]