Stolen Glances

Before I had Oliver, I was very uncomfortable around people with disabilities.  It’s kind of embarrassing to be honest about that, especially at this point in my life, but I wanted to open this conversation up because I don’t think I am the only one who’s felt that way.   Often when I am out in the... Continue Reading →

When Therapy and Terror Become One

There are 1000 different situations in which a special needs parent will need to summon superhuman strength. Today was one of those times for me.  We agreed to do a special session of Cuevas Medek Exercises (CME) today with the woman who trained many of the Napa therapists. I honestly can’t say enough positive things... Continue Reading →

Fighting for a Voice

Victory tastes so sweet after a battle hard fought.  And oh have I fought. For the last 3 years I’ve done everything in my power to give my son a voice.  I’ve made hundreds of phone calls, attended seminars and conventions, pleaded doctors and therapists to help me, hired company reps to come to our home, and... Continue Reading →

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