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I work for Idaho Health and Welfare as an Independent Contractor Intervention Specialist working with children who have developmental disabilities after working for eight and a half years with a developmental disabilities agency in Northern Idaho. My autistic son Joshua … Continue reading
Now offering Life/Leadership Coaching!
I have been blessed to be taking a Leadership Coaching class this summer to expand my coaching skills and have been able to offer Leadership and Life Coaching supporting those working with agencies that work with those who have developmental … Continue reading
The Challenge, Lessons, and Opportunities of COVID-19
How many folks that you know have a “Bucket List”? The pandemic that has impacted the world has truly impacted almost everyone in some way. Considering the seriousness of this new virus and various people’s reactions to it, there certainly … Continue reading
The Black Binder
I belong to several Facebook Groups dealing with support for parents who have children with autism. I see many parents’ posts describing the behaviors their kids with autism are displaying and how overwhelmed they are. How many of us get … Continue reading
CoVid19: Is it a blessing or a curse? No Foolin’ around on April Fools Day!
All of us have been impacted by the current events of the world with the rapid spreading of the COVID 19 virus. Schools are closed, houses of worship are closed, many businesses are closed or suffering, people are laid off, … Continue reading
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Core Gift Discovery Master Facilitator
I was given the opportunity from my boss to go to the Core Gift Discovery Master Facilitator Training recently on Vashon Island, Washington. I spent two days with 5 other attendees and Bruce Anderson, Director of the Core Gift Institute. … Continue reading
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Self Care when you are a parent of special needs kids
Self Care is important for everyone, regardless as to whether or not you have children. Having children in general impacts the implementation of when and where you can go to do something to “fill up” your reservoir of patience and … Continue reading
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What are the 10 Top Resources available for Families Who have a Child with Autism?
Where do you start once you have a diagnosis of autism for your child? Continue reading
Spotlight: Raising Autistic Children
I started a blog when we first received our youngest son’s diagnosis of autism back in December 2009, called Journey with Joshua. I had been home schooling and had a background in Children’s Mental Health so journaling what I was … Continue reading
What Does “Into the Deep” stand for?
While I was taking my classes for becoming a Life Coach, a phrase that resonated with me was listening for that “song of the heart” that each person has. In order to find that song, you have to be willing … Continue reading