Things I do for my son that I wish I would learn… (and what he teaches me)
Inspired by Riley
Things I do for my son that I wish I would learn… (and what he teaches me) Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
So many activities and organizations designed for special needs children sound out of reach for Riley’s abilities. That has always included Special Olympics. Over the past several years however, Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
Riley sends his love on this Valentine’s Day! Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
…is Riley’s Rayma C. Page Elementary Music Teacher.
I am certain that Riley agrees with this award.
Congratulations Jason Thomashefsky!
When I was young and seeking a career path, I wish my intuition/Fate would have led me to train in the practices I would actually need now that I am a special needs parent (maybe I should have paid more attention to the Ouija Board or Crystal Ball… hmmm where did I put that fortune cookie?). Anyway. Now, with a complicated (love these Politically Correct words! OMG) eleven year old son,