Monthly Archives: June 2012

Transition baby steps that lead to major milestones: It starts with YOU!

Recently my colleagues at the Federation for Children with Special Needs have been talking about the importance of preparing kids for medical transition to adulthood—how parents and caregivers need to deliberately teach kids the skills and build the confidence they … Continue reading

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Durga Tool #6: 10,000 (or so) Hours of Practice

Another tool in my toolbox series that helps me live with joy, courage and compassion, as inspired by the Hindu goddess Durga. As I approach my 10th year milestone of parenting a child with special needs, I remembered some research I … Continue reading

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Surprise, surprise

Where to begin? Life has not lent itself well to blogging lately. Too much living and not enough time to write about it. Maybe that’s the way it should be. I find I am content. Satisfied. Friendly toward myself even. … Continue reading

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