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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!
Parenting special needs kids can make it hard to maintain a positive outlook. I'll share 3 ways you can keep it positive!
Dr Fredric Daum is a pediatric gastroenterologist specializing in toilet training children with special needs who are late or unwilling to toilet train. He brings 40 years of experience working with children who are very challenging to train. It is his belief that any child with adequate receptive qualities can be toilet trained. His program is unique because of Dr. Daum's optimism and daily coaching of families until toilet training is achieved. About 5% of children refuse to be
Our guests today are Mark Friese, Vice President, Special Needs Group, Merrill Lynch and Tashna M. Felix, Psy.D., CSOTP of Professional Psychological Services based in Alexandria, Virgina. Dr. Felix's practice is focused on serving the mental health needs of families with disabilities. Join us as we discuss caring for the mental health needs of the special needs family.
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Join me this Sunday 3/23 at 4pm PDT in welcoming Adrienne Bashista (http://adriennebashista.net) to Miss ADD’s Blog TalkRadio show. Adrienne is a writer, speaker, teacher and special needs parent advocate. While her focus is on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), she also educates parents on brain-based disabilities, or as she calls them invisible special needs. Adrienne is the mother of two boys and currently lives in central North Carolina with them and her husband.
You’re encouraged to call into the show with questions for Miss ADD or Adrienne Bashista at (917) 889-7025.
Justine Ruotolo ADD/Life Coach & MFT
March 11, 2014 (12:00 p.m. EDT) Ministry to Special Needs Parents: Understanding & Meeting Their Needs Ministering to the emotional, spiritual, & physical needs of anyone is a tall order. When special needs parents are those people they can appear, in the words of our guest Barb Dittrich, like a "big ol' bundle of need." Join us as we discuss practical, yet meaningful ministry to these parents.
Join Vangie and special guest Kelli Anderson as they discuss "Sticking with Special Needs Parents." Hear an insider's perspective about what can make parents of children with special needs lack trust in people - even the people they desperately want to trust! Hear strategies for meaningful communication, key elements in ministry to parents, and what every pastor should know about ministry to this growing population. A lifelong Christian and mother of three children (two
Our mission at Needs Met is simple. We want to see God meet your needs.
God met the needs of ancient Israel by dropping Manna and Quail from the sky for them when they were on their way through the desert to the land that God had promised them.
Have you noticed though that when you and I have a need, that very rarely, if ever, does God use that method?
Last time I needed money, God did not open up the windows of heaven and drop money from the sky. I had to go out and earn it, sell something, or apply for a loan.
The last time I was out of work and needed a job, God did not send someone to my door with just the perfect job. I had to create a resume, send it that resume, and go on interviews.
God is not going to do everything for you, or me. Our purpose on this earth can be summed up by the word “Relationship”.
First, relationship with God, then, relationship with each other.
In order to grow your relationship with God and others, God meet needs by using you and me.
Needs like Food, Clothing, Furniture Items, Household goods, Resumes, Babysitting etc....
Needs Met is for;
People that have a needs
People that have the ability and desire to meet a need
People that know someone that has a need
Needs Met Church (Needs Met Inc)
Call in during service (347) 826-9005
Web Site - NeedsMetChurch.com
Needs Bulletin Board (post needs and your desire to meet the needs of others)
Office hours 8-5 M-F 208-899-5766