Category Archives: Disability
A developmentally disabled kid and a family with two moms in one t.v. show. It’s so rare that there is a television program that the whole family can enjoy, but once in awhile one comes along. This week it was … Continue reading
Dear Rahm Emanuel, et al…I think you’re pretty much a tool. I elected a progressive, liberal, Democratic President and so far I haven’t seen him, and I blame you, Rahm. I actually think it’s a pretty brilliant idea to run … Continue reading
Yesterday was the last of the four introductory training sessions for the family faculty I have joined through our early intervention organization. A guest speaker, a mother of a child with many disabilities (now passed), came in and delivered a … Continue reading
A much more severe case of PWS, at least in infancy, than we have had to deal with. But I appreciate the honesty of the author. Postcards from Insanity: The reality of a special needs mom.
Children with Prader-Willi Syndrome are considered a higher risk for respiratory infections. This story came in through my RSS today, we are also with Anthem Blue Cross and were similarly rejected for the Synegis vaccine because Hope has, thus … Continue reading
No, it’s not my Myers-Briggs profile (thats ISTJ, in case you were wondering). IFSP stands for Individualized Family Service Plan, it is the 0-3 yr. equivalent (roughly) of the IEP (the Individualized Education Plan). IEP’s are used by school districts to … Continue reading