Navigate Life Texas: Resources for kids with disabilities and special needs
This is another favorite song of mine, right behind “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Sometimes we just need to look around to see the true wonders of the world.
We never want to think or talk about it, but how prepared are you for the future if something were to happen to you or your spouse? Who would look after your child with special healthcare needs and what important things would they need to know?
After many years of the isolated, parallel play, my son finally discovered friends.
Even the best thought out plans can go wrong, especially with changes in our children's schools.
Being a working mother of a child with disabilities isn't easy and can be incredibly tiring for everyone in the family, especially the mom.
There are so many different people that cross your path when you have a child with disabilities. Who are the real angels to you and your child?
With every passing year in the world of being a parent of a child with special health care needs, you have the day to day struggles, the fun holidays, and some surprises. Good and bad.
If you have a child with a disability, I am sure you know that it takes a village to help raise a kiddo with special health care needs.
“We Are Family” is one of my favorite songs of all time, and here in Midland, we have found our special family.
As I realize my 15-year-old isn't a child anymore, it's hard not to continue seeing him as my baby—no matter the age, the gender, the disability.
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