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Fairbanks This is where she and her husband began driving the special needs buses for the school district. ... “Helpful Hits for Parents Raising Special Needs Children” was then written to help parents with their special needs child as ...

Author: Rosetta R. Fairbanks

Publisher: Rosetta R. Fairbanks

ISBN: 9781482010022

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 138

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I read an article in 2012 about a mother who was trying to care for her special needs child and become so frustrated and overwhelmed that she killed her. If she would have had the assistance of federal and state programs to help her as well as an experienced person to give her advice this might not have happened. This gave me the motivation to finish my books so those families struggling to raise these demanding and difficult children will know there are resources and help available that can relieve the stress of everyday living. My heart goes out to all parents who face this tremendous responsibility. You parents are the heroes of today. You trod down a path unknown to you and through tears, disappointments and heartbreaks we tread forward trying to find answers and help. This is 1 of a 3 book set. The second is “Learning from an Angel” which shares the life and hardships of our family as Missy grows up and third “Missy's Medical History” spanning 24 ½ years. Checkout www.rosettarfairbanks.com and sign up to get notifications of future publications of books, music CD's, sheet music and inspirational poems.
2013-01-22 By Rosetta R. Fairbanks

These are true stories from real parents all over the world. These are raw and real stories, woven together with threads of heartbreak and hope, grief and joy, courage and fear, tenacity and persistence, and deep, abiding love.

Author: Jennette Kallfelz

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ISBN: 9798503538403

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Page: 230

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Unless you are raising a special needs child, you do not understand. The daily struggle is real. Try and imagine the work of exhibiting patience, discipline, and love while a child presses into you with challenging behavior day after day. My daughter Sarah is 25. She is non-verbal autistic. When Sarah was first diagnosed, I felt devastated. The fear of the unknown as to what lay ahead was overwhelming. I was forced to travel a road I had never imagined I would be on, and which was often so hard that I could barely breathe. Yet on that road, I met countless wonderful people who helped and supported me and Sarah, many of whom I have interviewed for this book. I would dearly love to have read this book at the beginning of my journey as a mother of a child with special needs. It is a collection of interviews with parents of children with autism, sensory processing disorder, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Down Syndrome, epilepsy, Fragile X, cerebral palsy, and Asperger's Syndrome. Finding people who have traveled further ahead on the same road we are on means that we are not alone. Their experience and the knowledge they have gained can provide a roadmap for us - to shine a light in the darkness of the unknown. This is a book that aims to help those at all stages of the special needs journey. These are true stories from real parents all over the world. These are raw and real stories, woven together with threads of heartbreak and hope, grief and joy, courage and fear, tenacity and persistence, and deep, abiding love.
2021-05-13 By Jennette Kallfelz

The 5 Love Languages® for Parents Raising Children with Disabilities Gary Chapman, Jolene Philo. • Take a mental break. Make mental space where you can think about something other than caregiving. Here are some simple ways to create ...

Author: Gary Chapman

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 9780802496867

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 176

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"With a frank and honest observation on how disability can unravel family unity, this book inspires and equips us to live out our faith as we interact with those we love." -Joni Eareckson Tada, founder & CEO, Joni and Friends Between the worry, the doctor’s appointments, and the thousand small challenges of everyday life, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and exhausted. The idea of showing abundant love to every member of your family can feel like a daunting task. Jolene Philo has been there. And in this wise, warm, practical guide, she and Dr. Gary Chapman show you how the 5 love languages can help strengthen your marriage and family life—whatever your needs. Sharing dozens of stories from parents of children with special needs children, they teach you how to: protect your marriage amidst the stress discover and speak the love language of your child—even if they’re nonverbal accommodate the love languages for children with special needs and disabilities show love to every member of your family when you have limited time, money, and energy Having a special needs child shouldn’t mean sacrificing a full family life. Learn to share love abundantly no matter your circumstances.
2019-08-06 By Gary Chapman

Early Intervention Support (offers information on early intervention and parenting tips for behavior and developmental challenges; sells products for parents raising special needs children) www.earlyinterventionsupport.com First Signs ...

Author: Dana Wechsler Linden

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781476735559

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 656

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The comprehensive “Dr. Spock”-like reference that is both reassuring and realistic—now updated to reflect the many advances in neonatology. Preemies, Second Edition is the only parents’ reference resource of its kind—delivering up-to-the-minute information on medical care in a warm, caring, and engaging voice. Authors Dana Wechsler Linden and Emma Trenti Paroli are parents who have “been there.” Together with neonatologist Mia Wechsler Doron, they answer the dozens of questions that parents will have at every stage—from high-risk pregnancy through preemie hospitalization, to homecoming and the preschool years—imparting a vast, detailed store of knowledge in clear language that all readers can understand. Preemies, Second Edition covers topics related to premature birth, including: What are your risk factors for having a premature baby? Can you do something to delay early labor? What do doctors know about you baby’s outlook during her first minutes and days of life? How will your preemie’s progress be monitored? How do you cope with a long hospitalization? Are there special preparations for you baby’s homecoming? What kind of stimulation during the first year gives your baby the best chance? Will your preemie grow up healthy? Normal?
2013-02-05 By Dana Wechsler Linden

hope, inspiration and insights a parent needs to capture the unique joy of parenting their children with special needs and help them reach their full potential. Group Publishing. Children 's Ministry Pocket Guide to Special Needs: Quick ...

Author: Phyllis Kilbourn

Publisher: CLC Publications

ISBN: 9781619581289

Category: Religion

Page: 416

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In order to minister more effectively to children with disabilities, we first must understand the context surrounding children with disabilities and the consequences of disability on them. This book, complied by Phyliss Kilbourn, provides helpful training to those who desire to engage in more informed ministry to disabled children.
2013-03-19 By Phyllis Kilbourn

In the months following my son's birth, I dreamed of writing a motivational book to help parents and professionals do a better job of raising children with special needs. It would be attractive, upbeat, and inspiring, filled with good ...

Author: Judy Winter

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0787983918

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 256

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Breakthrough Parenting for Children with Special Needs challenges families and professionals to help children with special needs to reach their full potential by using a proven motivational, how-to approach. This groundbreaking and inspiring book provides detailed information on how to let go of the “perfect-baby” dream, face and resolve grief, avoid the no-false-hope syndrome, access early intervention services, and avoid the use of limiting and outdated labels. Also included are specific guidelines for working with professionals, understanding the law and inclusion, planning for the future, and insightful interviews with Dana Reeve of the Christopher Reeve Foundation, Tim Shriver of Special Olympics, and Diane Bubel of the Bubel/Aiken Foundation.
2006-03-20 By Judy Winter

This book is a resource for parents to help and guide their Special Needs Child to develop essential skills to increase independence at home, at school, and in the community.By introducing these skills early and building block by block, ...

Author: Susan Jules

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ISBN: 195634103X

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This book is a resource for parents to help and guide their Special Needs Child to develop essential skills to increase independence at home, at school, and in the community.By introducing these skills early and building block by block, these children will gain the tools that will help them to be successful. Of course, each child with Special Needs has a different measure of success. For some, putting on clothing, remembering to eat, or simply being able to navigate daily tasks will be the goal. For others, it will be remembering to get to class, or performing simple tasks at home or school.But what makes a huge difference is when these skills begin at home at a very young age and then it is learned over time and developed further throughout adolescence and adulthood.Life skills are daily living skills that include self-care activities, health, safety, advocacy, social relationships, and empowering habits. Learning these wide ranges of life skills is critical. But then every person with autism is different, so the pace that they are taught will vary from person to person.But teaching these life skills to the best of a child's ability at a young age will make a difference as they get older.This workbook has strategies and ideas toHelp children in the ages 4- 12 get started and provide tools to support continued learning through the transition from school to adult lifeHelp learn the importance of social skills, their challenges, and how to overcome diffidence.Help quicken learning and improve social relationships.Activities that help kids develop good reading habits and strong concentration skillsAnd much morePlease do remember that the acquisition of life skills is an ongoing process. All skills take time to acquire and become fluent with. It is ideal to start working on all of these skills while the child is young
2021-04-06 By Susan Jules

Raising a Kid with Special Needs: The Complete Canadian Guide is a comprehensive and friendly guide for those families. Disability expert Lisa Bendall offers parents an essential lifeline.

Author: Lisa Bendall

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ISBN: 1554700183

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 208

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Up to 20 per cent of Canadian families are raising a child with some sort of disability. Raising a Kid with Special Needs: The Complete Canadian Guide is a comprehensive and friendly guide for those families. Disability expert Lisa Bendall offers parents an essential lifeline. In clear, friendly language, Bendall presents a step-by-step guide to getting past the "special needs" and on to the business of living. From health advice to school savvy, from financial tips to advocacy know-how, from focusing on family to facing the future, this book will guide parents through all aspects of parenting a child who has physical, developmental, sensory, or learning disabilities. Complete with resource information, strategies, and personal stories from parents in the know, Raising a Kid with Special Needs is an empowering, reassuring, and invaluable guide. Praise: Raising a Kid with Special Needs is a guidebook with a heart. It's full of helpful tips and resources for families...But as important as the book's practical info is, are the stories of real children and parents who are navigating this amazing journey and finding joy along the way. Author Lisa Bendall delivers it all in a voice that's clear-eyed, compassionate, and encouraging." --Caroline Connell, Editor-in-Chief of Today's Parent
2008-04-01 By Lisa Bendall

CHILD CARE FOR SPECIAL-NEEDS CHILDREN For working parents, finding high-quality care is a high priority. ... Most military installations have special resource teams to help parents of special-needs kids find appropriate child care.

Author: Cheryl Lawhorne-Scott

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442227491

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

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Military families with children face many of the everyday challenges that those families not in the military face, but they also face other challenges that the rest of us don’t. This book looks at the special issues and concerns of military families raising children and provides support and resources for those families.
2014-05-08 By Cheryl Lawhorne-Scott

I have no doubt that parents raising disabled children accomplish great things. ... Transition points Theorists refer to life as being a series of transition points by which parents help their children move towards independence.

Author: Bernadette Thomas

Publisher: Souvenir Press

ISBN: 9780285640672

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

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What is the actual experience of parents who live with and love children with special needs? After the initial shock of becoming a parent, now complicated by being the parent of a child with special needs, as well as having only a confused idea of what may lie ahead how do they find a way forward, to start to build a relationship with their child?The stories that emerge from Parenting A Child with Special Needs are of great passion and, sometimes, pain and above all the courageous dedication needed to bring up a disabled child. The editors, Bernadette Thomas and Cindy Dowling, are parents of disabled children who write with real and practical insight into bringing up a disabled child and the relationship it creates. While Neil Nicoll gives a professional perspective into the issues raised.Parents often come to see their children as a "gift", and the dominant note struck is of the intensity of the relationships that develop between these parents and their children, relationships that are the most fulfilling part of both their lives.They tell it as it is, the joy and the pain, and these are stories that all parents will recognise.
2011-09-01 By Bernadette Thomas