How to tell your tell child they are not getting better

One of the toughest things other than being by my bedside through countless surgeries and putting my life in the hands of a physician that my parents had to discuss with me was that I was not going to get better. Most parents of disabled children will need to have this conversation because kids will … Continue reading How to tell your tell child they are not getting better

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My dad: The most incredible man I know

  Happy Father's Day! On my Mother's Day post I highlighted some of the responsibilities that my mom has a parent but she didn't do it alone my dad helped! My dad may not drive me around places like my mom does but he does many other things that I couldn't do for myself. Although … Continue reading My dad: The most incredible man I know

Guest post: Parenting A Child With Disabilities What Adam Has Taught Me

About the Author: Judy Mallette is the mother of three children.  She learned very early on that children, abled or disabled, teach us more than we can ever teach them. The lessons started, and will never really end, on November 16, 1981. Her son, Adam, was a child with severe developmental disabilities compounded by epilepsy, congenital … Continue reading Guest post: Parenting A Child With Disabilities What Adam Has Taught Me

The life of my mom

Happy Mothers' Day! Raising a disabled child is more difficult than raising an abled child. There are more responsibilities that go into taking care of a disabled child than most people realize. After having a disabled child it can be a lot to take in because you cannot raise them the same way you would … Continue reading The life of my mom