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Do you have a child or children with special needs or developmental delays and don’t know what to do? Join us as we talk about it on the next PHL show. Later joining us in the studio will be special guests: Ebou & Terrica Juwara, Sr., parents of a four-year-old son with special needs. PHL airs Thursday, May 30, 2014 7:30-9:30 pm (EST). Have an interesting topic for the show? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, LIKE us on FB @ the Parenting Handbook Live, ICandy Radio, or ATK Marriage and Family Coaching. You can follow us on Twitter @atkmarriagefam or @parentinghandbk
Parenting special needs kids can make it hard to maintain a positive outlook. I'll share 3 ways you can keep it positive!
Our special guest this week will be Dr. Katrina Sparks, both an educator and mother with personal and professional experience in Special Education. In this day and age, many of our young people are being classified with labels pertaining to special education, but no one looks at the impact the various labels have on families and educators alike. During this show we will get tips and first hand information from Dr. Sparks...tune in!
Who owns the IEP process? Hear some insight from a special needs mom who's also a special education teacher.
Parents don't always realize how much work goes into an IEP, or how challenging it is for the teachers who write them.
Teachers don't always appreciate how lost parents can feel through the whole process.
Kids rarely get the full spectrum of services that will make for the most enriching educational experience possible.
Parents have to be the final driving force in the education of their child, because the only thing that will follow a child from pre-k to graduation is that IEP file and parental guidance.
Be sure to check out the IEP Aide from Vestidd, which will guide you through the important information on that IEP, and will allow you to store all of that paperwork easily, so that you can be the driving force and let that IEP grow with your child.
Learn more at www.vestidd.com
If you are one of the 15% of families in the U.S. with a special needs child or children, you know all too well the stress and strain and JOY of challenged parenting. Our guest, Adrienne Bashista, is the co-editor of and contributor to the book Easy to Love but Hard to Raise: Real Parents, Challenging Kids, True Stories and she also runs the blog (easytolovebut.com) and Facebook group by the same name. She is also the managing editor of the blog A Mom's View of ADHD (adhdmomma.com) and has written about parenting children with invisible special needs for multiple publications, print and on-line. Along with Penny Williams, she is one of the founders of the Happy Mama Conference and Retreat, a weekend for moms of kids with "invisible" special needs, held in Raleigh, NC. She is also the director of Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, and is a trainer for caregivers of people with FASD.
Special Needs Family and Preparedness!
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Preparing with a child or family member with special needs is not a cut and dry situation, how you prepare is directly linked to the needs of the family member you are preparing with. Family members that are elderly, disabled or have autism all require different needs on a daily basis.
Patrick of SurvivalatHome.com was good enough to be on the show this week with Lisa and I, he has a daughter Maggi that has special needs and gives us some incite about what life is like Preparing with a special needs child.
Patrick recently wrote an article titled “How to Be Prepared with a Special Needs Child” that also has some good information.
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Join us November 4, 2014 as we rebroadcast one of our best shows from June 25, 2013! We'll dive deep and take a look inside a curriculum writer's brain.
Shaping Special Hearts: Adapting Curriculum for Special Needs
Vangie Rodenbeck continues the conversation about adapting your current curriculum for children with special needs. Guest Amy Dolan joins the show to offer ideas and advice.
Amy Dolan is Founder and Lead Consultant for Lemon Lime Kids. Bringing previous children's ministry experience from Willow Creek Community Church where she served as Promiseland's Age 4-5 Curriculum Writer and Teacher, Willow Creek Association where she led as Executive Director of Children's Ministries, and The Chapel as Children's Ministry Director.
Tonight, we will be discussing needs.
Just what are needs?
Is what I think is a need really a need, or just a want?
What do I do when I have a need?
Why is it that the Church just does not seem to care about meeting needs anymore?
Needs Met is a Christian Non-profit 501c3 Ministry that looks for needs in our community and meets those needs through others that want to help meet those needs. Needs can be most anyting like;
services like BabySitting, Resumes, handman services etc...
God is our source for the meeting of needs, but God uses you and me to do His work.
If you have a need, please let us know and watch as God meets that need.
If you have the ability and desire to meet a need, God wants you! God can use you to meet the needs of others. But you have to let someone know that you are able and willing to meet needs. Offer up yor ability, resource, or talent that you have and watch as God uses it to help those in need.
How should we be teaching our students with special needs? We start by presuming competence and believing that all children be held to high academic expectations. To hear more about the importance of presuming competence, listen to guests, Paula Lieb and Lauri Swann Hunt share their thoughts with Nicole and Terri.
Resources mentioned in the podcast:
Energy Healing 101
Chakra Healing - Chakra 7 Course
100 Days of Real Food Blog
6:50 - General question: What's your opinion on ADHD, Autism, and SPD in the context of Energy Profiling?
27:12 - 10 y.o. Type 4 daughter with Down Syndrome. How do I avoid triggering her behavior?
31:27 - Type 3, 4 y.o. son with sensory issues. Seems like a Type 4 when he is triggered.
38:45 - Type 3, 3 y.o. granddaughter that is energy sensitive. How to help her work through negative energy?
Want to ask a question before the show? Send Carol an email: email@example.com
Learn more about Carol's Best Selling parenting book, "The Child Whisperer" at www.thechildwhisperer.com
Learn more about Carol at www.thecarolblog.com
(Music courtesy of Nelson at the Helm. All rights reserved, used by permission)
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Moms and Dads: Do you disagree with each other [and with other family members] about your parenting approach, potty training, handling your child's tantrums, and picky eating? Meet Miss Megan Pike, working mom, positive discipline practitioner, sleep training expert and owner / founder of Conscious Proactive Parenting and Mantra Sleep Solutions. A Governess to NYCity families for 15+ years, she is a Montessori School Directress, Board Certified Holistic Health Coach and Life Coach. Learn the distinction between a Governess and Nanny, and how "The Miss Megan Effect” can revitalizie your parenting and child care. www.TheMissMeganEffect.Com
Moms and Dads: Now let's talk about what your kids eat for lunch at school. If your child's lunch is mainly sugar/salt-loaded processed foods and no fresh fruits/veggies – and if you're protesting, "I have NO time to pack them a healthy lunch every morning" – meet Coach Kimberly Young, MA. Her book, 5-Minute Lunchbox: The busy family's guide to packing deliciously simple, kid-approved healthy lunches, was written for YOU. Coach Kim's book features 25 kid-friendly fun meals, a weekly shopping list and easy ingredient substitutions for food allergies, vegans, and vegetarians. www.amazon.com/5-Minute-Lunchbox