Admission, Review, and Dismissal:

So your child has been approved for their first ARD. Either your child has just started school, received a new diagnosis, is new to their district, it’s time for a yearly review, changes need to be made to their educational plan, or your child is transitioning out of special education, or out of public school, …

Keeping Up With…..Yourself

In a time where “Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s,” reigns supreme; and social media websites are perfectly curated to annoy the absolute hell out of you, constantly blowing up your feed with everyone putting out their #Blessings, can easily make you count your misfortunes, instead of your own breaks, greatness, and relatively good fortunes. We …

Just Keep Stimming, Just Keep Stimming:

My son lining his cars up one morning before school. I bite my nails when I’m nervous, I twirl my hair when I’m anxious, I tap my foot when I’m thinking, and for no reason at all, I open and close the refrigerator to see what’s inside, as if magically something will appear, multiple times …

Mom Gut…. I Mean Guilt:

Perfectly Imperfect. After receiving the news that your child has been diagnosed with any type of life altering disability, your life and your schedule are now placed on the back burner. You pour your whole heart and soul into making accommodations for your child and their quality of life (not that you weren’t before a …