My youngest child, Ronan, spent the summer rehearsing to play the part of Little Ogre in Shrek The Musical Jr. with Youth Theater Program of The Art Center of Bonita Springs.
Inspired by Riley
We are on the countdown for the first day of school. Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
Sunday proved to be a beautiful day. A light breeze brought the heat down as Riley, Ronan and I met up with a gathering of special needs families called in by the Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
My little guy sang for me on my Birthday with the help of Music Kim, our amazing music therapist. Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
There are many questions for myself today. But, I have very few answers. Sharing our Special Needs Journey. More »
This past year, the very wonderful functional skills teaching assistant, Miss Amy took her love of the children and moved on to begin a career in Occupational Therapy. She has been dearly missed in the classroom, but we know she can now help so many more children now that she is not limited by the school walls. Any parent of a child with feeding issues already has a field education in Feeding Therapy and is always striving to make this little area of life easier, more efficient and even enjoyable. Miss Amy kindly agreed to share her feeding therapy study with Riley as her partner.
Feeding and Positioning For Children With Cerebral Palsy
Over the years, we have been working and praying toward life becoming just a little easier. Hoping for less pain and more joy for Riley, a little more sleep, a few less knocks, a little less struggle… Easier never really comes along despite our efforts; it simply changes.
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