Saturday, October 1, 2011

September 2011 Recommendations

Here are some of the inspired posts I discovered this past month.
I hope you find them each as inspirational as I.  Truly, I appreciate your stopping by my little blog.

This week, Riley learns all about Combat Arms online video game from Daddy.

Who I Am



Oh goodness

Relating & Society

Just A Little Reminder

What I Want You to Know 


Some People... 

People Who Hurt People

This is Our Life

 Get Siblings Involved with play and therapy

The Coffee Was Cold


Chronic Sorrow and On Chronic Sorrow 

Life with Mr. Rogers 

Suicide Prevention 

Special Needs Podcasts 

Living with a heart that Hurts...

Wit and Wisdom: book  

A Dark Cloud on What Should Have Been A Bright Moment 


Shoot Me Now (Singing Health Insurance Idiocy Blues)


Lives Worth Living, PBS Premiere

World Wide Day of Play

Local Listings for Lives Worth Living 

Free CCS Classes to Children with Special Needs

Come Children, Sing! continues to provide free CCS classes for children with special needs. Advanced CCS classes are also provided for these children for no charge, providing as much as four years of music instruction. Tell parents of children with special needs and their support organizations to contact us about free online classes. Contact Us

Parenting Special Needs Magazine
NEW COLUMN Featuring YOU: We are looking for Moms or Dads that would like to volunteer to share about a day in their life with their special needs child. If interested in sharing please send us a message or email to Please include your name contact information, child's age and disability. We will get back to with details.

End the R- Word

14 Weeks to a Healthier You
  • Description: A free, personalized, web-based physical activity and nutrition program
  • Target Audience: People with mobility limitations, chronic health conditions and physical disabilities
  • Goal: To help you get moving and making healthy nutrition choices
  • Duration: 14 weeks


Still Calling the Hospital Home

Therapy: Anat Baniel Method

You ARE the Professional  

Being Heard By a System That Doesn't Want to Listen

Here is one of the more stressful situations we put our children into: Getting Through the Blood Draw

Random Ideas



Children and Families in a Post 9/11 World

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