I often say you they don’t give you a handbook when you become a parent, and there definitely isn’t one when you become the parent of child with special needs. The first pediatrician we brought our baby daughter to said, “This is beyond me”. My response was, “What is beyond you?” to which he replied, “Whatever the diagnosis is.” At that moment began the 23-year journey of trying to figure out how to help Rachel.

 

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The start of a new year always gets us reflecting on the past, present, and future. As we look ahead to 2017, what can we do to make it a year of gratitude and growth?

 

As we enter into the holiday season, we find ourselves eager to give to those who mean so much to us while sometimes overwhelmed by the materialism that can overshadow the true meaning of this time

As Director of Community Partnerships & Family Supports and a mom with a teen on the spectrum, the holidays are an extra busy time for me, for all of us really.  I’m always in search of shortcu

While the last remnants of Halloween candy may still be around, we, at the Doug Flutie Jr.