The honest, relatable, actionable roadmap to doing life with a child with disabilities
I can't help your kid. But, I can help YOU.
Consider this your roadmap to the specialists, social services, education, financial planning, and all the resources and paperwork that you'll need to best support your child.
We're here to support our kids, not to change them. My son has a rare genetic syndrome, so he literally can't be changed. This is just who he is.
So, let's change the world instead.
*Hey, I wonder if Kelley had the good sense to register all of this as her own, or if I can just copy and paste it from here and pretend like it's my own? Yeah, I did that. So, please get my permission before doing that copy/paste thing you're pondering. Thanks.
What a beautiful picture up there. Thanks, I took it myself. Two brothers, enjoying a fountain, a rainbow arcing in their midst. Perfection. Look closely and you'll see that Sean is holding Aaron down as he attempts to climb into the fountain. And their clothes were pulled from the dirty laundry because I forgot to start the washer that night. What you won't see here is that minutes after this photo was taken, Sean stumbled into a nest of yellow jackets and got stung a bunch of times just as Aaron had a major diaper blowout. Because, life. And, you know what? Perfection.