Julie and I talked about how to figure out when our special needs kids are sick enough to take to the doctor. We came up with some ideas that might help you explain to hospital staff who your kid is too. There are lots of tips and suggestions in this short 20 minute chat. Listen in, and I’m listing below some of the points we hit on while on the show!
Yesterday, despite several technical glitches, Julie and I were able to do our first radio show which explains how we are moving forward with Special Needs Kids Talk Radio. There are three aspects to what we are calling “the project”. The blog – we want to include personal stories and helpful information related to […]
Mid March in Kansas means Tornado weather. Yes, Tornado with a capitol T. Tornadoes in Kansas are nothing to laugh at. They are life threatening, and devastating for people who can handle normal situations easily. For those with special needs, the damage caused by a tornado is another story! In the spring of 2001 we […]
Last year, I had Erik and Jeanie on my radio show to talk about their journey through getting the medical diagnosis for their son, Graham. Autism Like; Graham’s Story Interview with Erik Linthorst So many of their son’s behaviors are like my own daughter’s behaviors and we have struggled to put a definite name to her […]
Are they working? The anti-anxiety meds I don’t know exactly. I’ve seen a different child in the mornings this week, but (it’s a BIG but) she goes through stages anyway. So, maybe she’s really bi-polar and just on the upside of the roller coaster? Or, maybe the medicine is working……. Your guess is as good […]