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Host Marianne Russo
Guest Amalia Starr
I Have Autism…What’ll I Do Without You, Mom? How to Prepare for When Your Special Needs Child Outlives You
In Starr’s latest book, “I Have Autism…What’ll I Do Without You, Mom?” she writes all about this subject matter and includes a separate in depth section on “How to Achieve Independence.” The more independent our children are, the better it will be for them now and after their parents are gone. Yes, talking about one’s mortality is never an easy or pleasant topic, but with our special needs children it may be the single most important thing a parent can do. Starr discovered that when parents address this issue head on they feel a tremendous relief. No reason to put this off anymore, Starr’s book will take you hand in hand as she shares how she achieved this goal and how you can too.
Are you concerned about your child’s future? Then you have come to the right place. Amalia Starr has been a pioneer and trailblazer on the autism and special needs path for the past forty years.
Welcome to Needs Met Church !
Our mission at Needs Met is simple. We want to see God meet your needs.
Needs like Food, Clothing, Furniture Items, Household goods, Resume writing, Babysitting etc....
The focus of the service is;
People that have a needs
People that have the ability and desire to meet a need
People that know someone that has a need
Sermon - Teaching
Instructions for the Church Service
Please log into our chat room. This allows us to share links, needs, sermon notes and other information. It also allows you to participate in the service. The chat room will open up 5 minutes before the service. You will find the link to the chat room at the bottom of the page for the Church.
If you have a need, or have a desire to meet a need, you can all in at any time during the service expect for then the sermon is going on. To avoid distrupting the flow of the service, during the sermon, we ask that you put your question, needs, or desire to meet a need in chat.
Special Needs Prepping!
Host: DJ Cooper “Surviving Distopia”
on American Preppers Radio!
Wednesdays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/
What do I mean by special needs? I mean anything that can be a need for a member of your family or group that may not be considered under the “normal” needs we prepare for. This past weekend when I kept trying to write this show information I had someone with her own special needs that needed attention which makes me think. What I mean by a special need could be any number of things.
Some of the special things we need to consider beyond those that might be what we would immediately think of like Diabetes, and other illness. Many of which I do wish to talk on because there are important factors to consider, but also consider some of these things. Children, Elderly, Pregnancy...
Read More→ HERE!
Tags: American Preppers Network, Prepper Broadcasting
Marianne Russo Public Relations
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview President of Special Needs Network, Inc. and media personality AREVA MARTIN.
Areva is the founder and President of Special Needs Network, Inc., a Los Angeles based non-profit organization created specifically to raise awareness of issues that impact individuals with autism and related disabilities living in underserved and marginalized communities. She has raised millions of dollars for autism and is leading the organization on a campaign to build the state’s first-ever autism medical health home for kids as a part of the historic Martin Luther King Hospital health campus.
Areva is the author of two books, "Journey to the Top," a popular career guide for professional women and "The Everyday Advocate: Standing Up for Your Child with Autism and Other Special Needs" (Penguin 2010), a regularly used reference book for parents and professionals.
Known to audiences across the country from her regular appearances on The Dr. Phil Show, The Doctors, Anderson Cooper 360, Nancy Grace, Good Morning America and various other daytime talk shows and cable news shows including CNN, MSNBC, HLN and Al Jazeera. Areva is a TV host, author and go-to on-camera expert and commentator. She is consistently sought out to weigh in on breaking news with an emphasis on compelling legal, political, women’s and celebrity issues. Her unique ability to go to the heart of matters in a commanding, yet passionate, manner has gained her great popularity with the media and world-wide audiences.
Up close and personal conversation with Keston and Andrea Ott-Dahl about their new book, Saving Delaney: From Surrogacy to Family. It is an uplifting and inspiring memoir tracing their long and winding journey of legal, medical, and emotional hurdles leading to the birth of their adorable, feisty daughter, Delaney Skye.
Keston and Andréa Ott-Dahl live in the San Francisco Bay area with their three children. They are parent activist in the Down syndrome community. They are the founders of the Delaney Ott-Dahl Foundation, a non-profit organization that advocates for early intervention and offers resources for families expecting special needs children.
Join Keston, Andrea and me on Tuesday, April 12, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be discussing the power of relationships, the nature of love and meaning of life.
On the show today I ask Andy Nixon, lead pastor of The Woodland United Methodist Church - The Loft some listener questions about God and Faith in families with special needs kids.
It’s a great conversation and I know you’ll enjoy it! Join us now to hear how it went!
in Self Help
Please join me this Sunday January 10th, 2015, at 4:00 pm PST, as I welcome Debra Evans to the program. We will be discussing how to provide support for both special needs children and their families.
Debra Eileen Evans is the proud mom of a seven year old boy with exceptional needs. Mrs. Evans is a dedicated advocate and leader of programs and initiatives benefiting children and families with special needs. She most recently served as a parent team member for the District Validation Review, conducting comprehensive reviews of school site level compliance with special education laws, regulations and District policies and procedures for the Los Angeles Unified School District.
In November of 2012 Mrs. Evans founded MNO Southern California, a support group for parents of children with special needs. The group offers regular opportunities for parents to socialize, share resources and support each other. In addition to an online forum, monthly dinners, a quarterly speaker series, and an annual retreat for moms, the group offers opportunities for their children to socialize with picnic play dates, special events and planned field trips. The group has grown from its original four members to over two hundred members in 2016.
Please feel free to call in at (917) 889-7025!
Parenting special needs kids can make it hard to maintain a positive outlook. I'll share 3 ways you can keep it positive!