You aren’t a mistake, mama, and neither are your children. Ginny Kochis shares a quick guide for restoring your weary heart.
Browsing: Special Needs Parenting
Lisa Hendey shares an open and heartwarming conversation with Nancy Jo Sullivan on the launch of her new book Couriers of Grace. Nancy shares how parenting a child who had Down Syndrome drew her closer to her Catholic faith and the sacraments.
Dave and Mercedes Rizzo discuss Autism Awareness Month. Having a child with Autism has been challenging at times for their family but it has also been inspiring to see her progress and to discover that she is a valued and cherished member of their family and society.
My head was pounding, I was frustrated and angry. Then my daughter sent me a text that left me in tears.
One of the many things presented at Religious Ed Congress in March. How to evangelize to special needs children.
There comes a point when we graduate from judging other people’s parenting skills to empathizing with their plight, especially when public tantrums occur.
Fifteen helpful online and print resources taking a Catholic approach to adoption, special needs, big families, fostering, and step-parenting.