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5 day programs for those with special needs don’t always make people cry. Today’s guest blogger tells why they brought him to tears.read more
When it comes to raising kids with special needs, caregiving parents can be sure that Jesus cares about the small things.read more
The pandemic destroyed the routines that help kids with special needs thrive. Day by day caregiving is the only strategy left.read more
Mark Arnold has been asking this question: Would someone be friends with my autistic child? His answer is more hopeful than he expected.read more
These 2 mental health red flags for caregiving parents can be used to assess whether it’s time to seek treatment for either a parent or child.read more
Music therapist Jim Gaven explains how his class transitioning between rhythms and tempos helps children more easily transition through life.read more
Love is a child’s first language. By understanding attachment theory and stages of cognitive development we can better speak their language.read more
Not many moms can say EA/TEF is all in the family, but Corrin Ponte can. Today she offers advice from a unique vantage point.read more
The questions every EA/TEF parent asks after diagnosis are the same. Today’s guest blogger eventually learned to ask a different question.read more
The truths that gave hope one month ago today are the truths that sustain us a caregivers throughout our lives and those of our loved ones.read more
EA/TEF Awareness Month is celebrating 10 years of stories at Different Dream. To celebrate, here are 10 favorite posts, 1 for each year.read more
Cori Welch wants each parent to know that EA/TEF repair is one chapter in your child’s life, and she shares tips that got her through it.read more
Is it easier or worse to be an EA/TEF parent in the time of COVID? Nanette Lerner answers that question for EA/TEF Awareness Month 2021.read more
Connecting the EA/TEF community is a passion of today’s guest blogger, Liz Eidelman. Her story can help you make connections, too.read more
Fostering communication and connection between caregiving parents gets a little easier with these love language ideas.read more
EA/TEF Awareness Month has arrived, and parents of kids born with this condition are stronger and more resilient than they know.read more