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Daring to Hope

I’ve always been a seeker of knowledge and information. When I became a mom it definitely kicked this trait into hyper-drive.  Of all the things I’ve learned and experienced, the special needs community was something I knew little to nothing about. By now, I’ve run the gamut on research and I’m still going strong. Some of the first meaningful pieces I found in regards to my personal healing came from other parents.  One of the first is by Kristi Campbell titled,…

Therapeutic Riding Proves More Than Horse Play

Parents and caretakers are almost unanimous – for those with disabilities, there’s something about horses. The relationships and bonds formed with the animals can be transformative. As Greg Mellen, The Orange County Register/TNS Reports: HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – Eddie Brennan is all charged up. The hyper 4-year-old, who has autism, has already charged through a puddle, and writhes as his nanny struggles to remove his shoes and socks. But when Brennan climbs on the back of Kattie, a dark bay…

Mother of disabled son opens salon for people with learning difficulties

Liz Stewart of Wales is a wonderful and insightful mother. We wish you success at home and in business, Ms. Stewart. I hope this is the start of a much needed trend. Wales – ITV News Reports: Believed to be the first of its kind in Wales, Liz Stewart opened the doors of SP1 just a few weeks ago. It looks slightly different to a ‘normal’ hairdressers – there are no pictures on the wall, no loud music or equipment…