Working with Children with Disabilities – Julia Kay O’Connor

Working with Children with   Disabilities – Julia Kay O’Connor

Recently Special Needs Book Review posted about a wonderful book for children titled Jolly Molly Dolly by Julia Kay O’Connor.  This book is not only great for children with disabilities but it helps all children learn about therapy equipment available to make the lives of others with challenges easier. Julia O’Connor is the Integrated Services Coordinator at an

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Parenting Children with Special Needs: Feelings of Isolation, Grief, Guilt and Fear

Parenting Children with Special Needs: Feelings of Isolation, Grief, Guilt and Fear

Kristina Smith Blizzard, mom of a child with special needs, registered nurse, and advocate was my guest for one of The Coffee Klatch Tweetchat. She is a wonderful person to give you advice on parenting children with special needs. We had an excellent session with lots of participation! The tips and comments that make up this post come from the many tweets from Kristina and all those who joined us. I have added links and other information to help parents of children with special needs overcome the feelings of isolation, grief, guilt, and fear that so many parents feel.

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