Special needs parenting is disrupted by the unexpected. But as Mark Arnold has learned, those unexpected disruptions lead to authenticity and love.
What does it mean to survive as a special needs parent? Guest blogger Trish Shaeffer describes some common signs of survival in families like ours.
This Thanksgiving, I’m concentrating on being grateful for small things because caregiving has taught me that small things are worthy of great gratitude.
Jesus reserves a place at His table for those with special needs and disabilties. Here’s how 1 mom helps her church let our children with special needs in.
When being thankful is hard as a special needs parent this Thanksgiving, stop trying to be grateful and take comfort in this mercy and compassion.
When a teen is in crisis, it’s hard to know what to do. Part 2 of this series explains 2 more ways parents can respond to teens with or without disabilities.