Raising Special Kids Is Always There

Raising Special Kids Is Always There

Posted Nov 21, 2018

Our daughter, Brooke, was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Cohen Syndrome in May of 2013. I can’t remember exactly when we were told about Raising Special Kids, but I do know it was very early-- about the time we received our...

Raising Special Kids Will Be With Us Every Step of the Way

Raising Special Kids Will Be With Us Every Step of the Way

Posted Nov 14, 2018

Jody first reached out to Raising Special Kids when her foster child was 6 months old. “He is an absolute angel and we are blessed to have him. He had a brain bleed and has a shunt in his head. He has a g-tube and is visually impaired...

Getting Down to Business

Getting Down to Business

Posted Nov 8, 2018

A Family Story of Decisions and Determination

Learning to Advocate Effectively

Learning to Advocate Effectively

Posted Nov 1, 2018

Erika LeBlanc first called Raising Special Kids when her daughter Becca was 6 years old. Although Becca had been diagnosed with a Specific Learning Disability at 4 years old, Erika really didn't know what the term meant. It wasn’t until...

It Makes Me Realize I'm Not Alone

It Makes Me Realize I'm Not Alone

Posted Oct 10, 2017

When Angel was born in May 2015, he appeared to be a perfectly healthy 7lb. 14oz. little boy. His mom Rachael and dad Alfonso brought Angel home to what they thought would be the typically chaotic life of a family of five. At his two-month well...

It’s A Good Time To Have Dyslexia

It’s A Good Time To Have Dyslexia

Posted Sep 1, 2016

Meriah Houser is a former teacher, and a lover of books. You can hear the excitement in her voice when she talks about first learning to read and how her passion for books was ignited. She was eager to pass on her enthusiasm for reading to her...

Optimistic About the Future

Optimistic About the Future

Posted Mar 1, 2016

As a self-described ‘older parent’, Laura thought her difficulty keeping up with her preschool-aged son had more to do with her own age than with anything else. But when the school started calling with concerns, she realized there was...

Never Give Up

Never Give Up

Posted Feb 9, 2016

Tona TreeTop described finding out her 5-month-old son Mateo had sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) as “Life-altering. You don’t ever think something like that is going to happen. Then, it was like being in a tornado...

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