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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 email@example.com, 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
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!
Parenting special needs kids can make it hard to maintain a positive outlook. I'll share 3 ways you can keep it positive!
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.
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Ever wondered what special needs ministry looks like after childhood? Having trouble finding strategies for integrating differently-abled teens into youth group? Listen as Vangie interviews Benjamin T. Conner and hear them unpack ways to "create spaces" where teens with disabilities can amplify our witness!
Benjamin T. Conner, author of Amplifying Our Witness, has worked with adolescents for twenty years, ran a ministry to adolescents with developmental disabilities in Williamsburg, Virginia for 7 years, and is now Associate Professor of Discipleship at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan where he teaches courses in discipleship, youth ministry, mission, and is responsible for developing their recently approved Graduate Certificate in Disability Ministry.
Join us for our next show where Vangie will interview Pam Harmon from Young Life Capernum about ministry to teens with special needs.
July 15, 2014
12:00 p.m. EDT
Pam Harmon is the executive director of Young Life's Capernaum Ministry. YL Capernaum Ministry is made up of caring people who strive to help provide teens with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities live abundant life to the full. Pam brings with her a vast array of experience serving youth with disabilities across the country and resources to help churches take next steps in becoming more inclusive and welcoming. Pam is married to Mark, and they live in Nashville, Tennessee. They have 2 adult sons and one sweet grandson.
Young Life Capernaum gives young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the chance to experience fun and adventure, to develop fulfilling friendships and to challenge their limits while building self-esteem through club, camp and other exciting activities. Young Life staff and volunteers model Christ’s unconditional love and acceptance as they walk alongside these young adults — filling their lives with love and support.
If you can’t join us live, be sure to listen later to this or other Shaping Special Hearts shows in the archive at www.blogtalkradio.com/cmconnect.
Not every kid needs to go to kindergarten at the first possible opportunity. Join About.com experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Kathy Ceceri (Homeschooling), Katherine Lee (School-Age Children), and Amanda Morin (Kids' Learning Activities) as we talk about why you should or shouldn’t push your child ahead.
Tonight, we will be discussing How to pray.
I know that you are probbaly giving me that look right now. How to pray?
Are you kidding me? I have been praying for years. Well, no matter if you have been praying for years, or are just starting out life as a Christian, we all need to learn the proper way to pray. There are certain things that we miss, and others that we just plain get wrong.
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.
Join me on Thursday, May 21, 2014 at 7PM CST
I am looking forward to having you join us on the call, come and be blessed.
The call in number is number is 718-508-9987.
You can connect with me Minister Clara Peters via facebook under my name, Women of Divine Distinction Ministry, Clara L Peters – Life Coach or Divine Diva Book Club. GOD Bless You Much Love Minister Clara Peters
Pastor Craig Johnson is the Senior Director of Family Ministry at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church, which draws 40,000 weekly worshipers to its Houston, Texas arena, developed a ministry in 2008 for families with special needs children who find it challenging to attend church on a regular basis. The Houston location, which consists of an educational room, a physical therapy room and a sensory room, serves more than 300 special needs families every week. The program also provides spiritual therapy and a full Christian curriculum. The Champions Club was inspired and launched by Pastor Craig, who has an autistic son.
Join Dave Nassaney, your host, as he helps caregivers who are burned out, but his most important role is being a caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene. His latest book that he is now working on is entitled: "The Caregiver's Caregiver, A Guide to Avoiding Burnout." It is designed to teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones (due to an illness or disability) how to take care of themselves FIRST. If they don't learn this, they will likely suffer burnout and become as helpless as the person they are caring for. Tune in every Wednesday at noon PST, (re-broadcast on Saturdays at 3:30pm PST) for interviews with experts in the caregiving field, as they discuss topics of great interest to caregivers, which will help them avoid burnout.
A child sits alone at the lunch table while peers snicker around him. Perhaps he understands that he is being excluded and feels sad. What about the child with a disability who may or may not understand what is happening around him? Join us to learn how we can “Dis-able Bullying” and protect our vulnerable population of children with special needs.
Tara Fishler is a conflict resolution specialist providing mediation services and training to schools, businesses and nonprofit organizations. She is the founder of Customized Training Solutions, a New York-based consulting firm that offers interactive training on a variety of topics related to communication and conflict resolution. She is currently President of NYSDRA (New York State Dispute Resolution Association).
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