Giggles, laughter, spilled popcorn—sometimes moments in careving are just plain normal.
Steve Edwards struggles to appreciate the small moments of grace he encounters every day as an overworked parent.
Bill Girouard’s son Teddy introduces him to Barack Obama and teaches him enduring lessons of patience.
Having children with disabilities can be especially hard in the active summer, but these activities are perfect.
Mike Berry shares his son’s remarkable perspective.
School robots are invaluable tools for students who need them.
Mike Berry reflects on learning that another one of his children has special needs.
I have an Autistic son, and I am angry.
The malls are decorated with garland, bows, and lighted wreaths suspended in mid-air between stores and shops. Display windows have followed suit with decorative frosting in the corners and mannequins dressed in cold-weather attire. Starbucks debuted their red holiday cups, and radio stations are beginning to play Christmas music on loop. There’s no doubt about it—the…
Don’t second guess this father’s steps if you haven’t walked in his shoes.
His student shared that is was his dream to work at The Ritz Carlton. A day later the Ritz Carlton invited him to be an intern for a day.
Don’t tell me my special needs son “looks so normal”.
Don’t just celebrate the big things in your family; celebrate the small ones, too.
One day, you realize what is NOT important.
“Good grief” isn’t an oxymoron. It can bring you a whole new perspective.
Special needs people have much to offer the business community, but these 6 reasons often prevent it from happening.