Celebrating Your Children This Holiday Season

This past weekend while most people were holiday shopping, we were celebrating college graduations. Two of our kids walked across the stage, one for an undergraduate degree and the other for his MBA. Both have worked so hard, in school and out, and both took longer than planned to complete their degrees, but it didn’t … Continue reading "Celebrating Your Children This Holiday Season" Read More >>

If I had to do it all over again…

As a young mom, I remember being told to take a “wait and see” approach as my child struggled through the first three years of elementary school. Yes, the school implemented extra support, but it never made the difference or put him in step with the other children. He started to show signs of depression … Continue reading "If I had to do it all over again…" Read More >>

Help Your Child Have An Amazing School Year

Not everyone approaches the start to a new school year with optimism and hope. If your child struggles academically it can be a very stressful time for the whole family. There are a few things you can do to help your child have an amazing year and to alleviate the dread you all may be … Continue reading "Help Your Child Have An Amazing School Year" Read More >>

School’s Out

The beginning of summer is a wonderful time of year, but it can feel really hectic. As a parent of special needs children, I understand the crazy pressure of trying to help them end the school year well and on the same level as their classmates. While other parents are making summer plans and talking … Continue reading "School’s Out" Read More >>