My slippered feet slowly shuffled across the carpet. The pencil in my right hand rapidly beat a tiny invisible drum in the air. Sunlight streamed in the window, and I waddled over to adjust the [...]
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(Recent post on www.Sacramento4Kids.com) Staying home can be a comfort. Staying home rather than going out with a child with autism can be confining. The definition of housebound is unable to leave one’s house typically [...]
From inside the belly a butterfly flitted and wings were developed as bump soon emitted The feeling of joy as belly it grew full, round, and right I will take care of you [...]
Parents of children with special needs live with a high level of stress. When stress becomes a constant in our lives, we must find ways to combat it and reduce it or else our health [...]
When my son was about five years young, he had a fabulous occupational therapist named Nora. Full of wonderful ideas to address Zach’s sensory needs, Nora hooked us up with a mini rebounding trampoline, a [...]
The thing you are looking for furiously is usually the thing you just cannot find. As we idled in the entryway of the Point Lobos State Natural Reserve with a string of cars behind us, [...]
Credit: foter.com Here is my latest blog for Sacramento4Kids.com. Ghosts, goblins, and ghouls: it’s almost Halloween time again and that means trick-or-treating is around the corner! For special needs kids, trick-or-treating can [...]
Gripping granite with my fingertips and toes a thousand feet off the ground is not my idea of fun. With feet firmly planted in the Merced River’s sand banks, I peered through binoculars to locate [...]