Robert Rummel-Hudson Archive
What’s the hardest part of being a special needs parent? That seems like kind of an obvious question, so I’m actually surprised I’ve never been asked it until recently. Or perhaps I have and I’m forgetting. I’m
This is going to be a short post today, which will no doubt come as a (possibly pleasant) surprise to those of you who find me to be occasionally verbose. Which is almost certainly all of you.
Recently, I had the opportunity to be a part of a conversation with some parent advocates and a speech language therapist. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail about it, except to say that
I don’t like writing about Ann Coulter. I don’t like talking about her or even thinking about her. Part of that is simply because I hate to empower her. I don’t dislike Ann Coulter because we have
Sometimes things get in my head. My feet slip into that sucking quicksand that is the sense of isolation that I imagine comes to just about every special needs parent from time to time. I lose my
I can scarcely believe it myself, but the end of summer appears to be on us. Schuyler starts classes next week, and some kids have already gone back to school. I have a hard time imagining going
With only two weeks to go before Schuyler begins her junior year of high school, on a new campus with a new group of students and a special ed team that is unfamiliar with her unique qualities