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Would we reprimand our child for pointing out a woman who has blonde hair? Probably not, because it’s OK to have blonde hair. So what are we telling our kids when we reprimand them for pointing out a person using a wheelchair or a person who is blind, asks Mary Evelyn Smith?

Believe me, I am not diminishing my work as a mother. I am not pretending that my son is just like everyone else. But when we glorify his friends, or his mother, or his one-day prom date, we imply that he is less-than.

The single-most important insight that has shaped my parenting is this: “Children are people.”

Your Child Is Your Neighbor - Very nice article from Christian perspective with nice scripture references which would be good to keep in mind

there’s a pamphlet called “How to take young children to Mass.” - This made me think of my husband and I hope someday he can experience the same JOY!

Fixing the pamphlet about kids at Mass

Kid Kart Xpress Pediatric Wheelchair | Stroller Style Pushchairs | e-Special Needs

With adjustable seating, the Sunrise Medical Kid Kart Xpress wheelchair accommodates growing and young special needs children.

5 Time Management Tips for Parents with Special Needs Children

Time Management Tips for Parents with Special Needs Kids

If you are a parent with a disability, a person with a disability who is planning to become a parent, or a nondisabled partner of a disabled parent, this site is for you

This website offers support and tips for parents with disabilities, people with a disability who is planning to become a parent, or a nondisabled partner of a disabled parent. People with disabilities have the right to be parents just like anyone else.

Piniped -- shoes that work with AFOs

Piniped -- shoes that work with AFOs

#IndividualTherapy gives words to feelings. Never heard of Individual Therapy? Learn more about it here.

You don't need to send your child to the hospital for infusion therapy- you can send us to them. Check out our infusion nursing and pharmacy services.

It happens to most of us as we parent kids with disabilities, we hear statements like, “You are amazing, I could never do it.” “It must be so hard.”

It happens to most of us as we parent kids with disabilities, we hear statements like, “You are amazing, I could never do it.

Leading ladies: Seven successful women with ADHD to look up to.

"Discover you're not alone, you're not weird, and not stupid. You're bright, but your brain just functions differently." "Get professional help, and go online to find ADD support groups. Read every single book about ADHD. You have to know what [ADHD] is.

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