I had such a great time meeting and talking with the hosts and staff at the Morning Blend. Huge thanks to the amazing publisher, Tara Richter for everything she has done to help me share my message of hope to others. Morning Blend Ruthfulness clip
Ruthfulness is published and ready for purchase on Amazon. If you are local, let me know if you want a signed copy. For those that follow the blog and know our family, the story of what we went through on my son's journey through early intervention is out in print for all to read. I've … Continue reading My story is published!
Your life or someone else's life can flash forward in your mind. All the dreams, ambitions, joy and laughter gone within aglimpse. That's the feeling... That's how special needs parents feel everyday. How life can be taken from us with an accident or how we wait for aglimpse into our child's future. All the questions … Continue reading With just a match strike
Dear Parents with Children with Autism, I am writing you to reassure all parents out there that anything is possible for our children. It will be easy for doubt and uncertainty to run and rule your thoughts but stay strong. Parents must keep fighting for their child(ren) and for the proper care necessary. Please … Continue reading HOPE
This post is different from most because it relates to high school. Ruthfulness has a primary focus on early intervention for parents and students but as a high school teacher, I get to see how teens and their parents handle or fail to handle their/(child's) special needs. Teachers, students, parents, and the community: A 504 … Continue reading 504 and High School
Early Steps transitions to FDLRS or Child Find. FDLRS stands for Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System. FDLRS is a state-wide agency that provides various resources for children with developmental delays or special needs under the Federal law Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). If you visit the home site you can find the county … Continue reading FDLRS and Child Find: Finding Services through the public school system