Gail Curran: Gail works at the Arizona Centers for Comprehensive Education and Life-Skills. Are you in Arizona? Look Gail up!
Achieve Beyond: Achieve Beyond specializes in nationwide pediatric therapy and autism services for children ages 5 and under including states like California, Illinois, New York, Virginia and Conencticut. Achieve Beyond uses a family focused approach in providing early intervention speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, ABA/autism therapy and psychological counseling. We strive to serve our patients and their families by providing services and evaluations support in their predominant language, at both the home and community settings. We also offer private pay / insurance services, educational workshops for parents and therapists as well as translation / interpretation services at several of our branches.
Denise Moberg: Retired from 30 years as an SLP in the public schools. Currently have a part time private practice.
Kyra: I am a stay at home mother of 4 kids. 2 are Special Needs. My 7 yr old has ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Sensory Modulation Disorder, and Dyspraxia (the last 3 are very new to us). My 2 yr old has Apraxia and Sensory Modulation Disorder. My other 2 kids are just in special need of special attention. I am on a leave of absence from school right now so that I can get a better handle on my family and concentrate more on them than me.
Julie Fick: I am a full time mom to my son who has DiGeorge Syndrome. We live in Woodstock, GA.
Alisa Ricketts: I have been married for almost 20 years and I am a SAHM of two teenagers, one of whom is a special needs child.
Patricia: I have a 7 yr old with odd severe, conduct disorder, ocd tendencies, generalized anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder severe
Ayoca Freeman: I have two beautiful daughters; their ages are 8 and l year old. My oldest was blessed with an extra chromosome better known as Trisomy 21, one of the types of Down syndrome.
Jennifer McMahan: Mom to 2 beautiful daughters. The youngest one has Dravet Syndrome. I am actively involved as a volunteer in the IDEA League, the only organization that provides advocacy, support, education and research for Dravet Syndrome. Their website is http://www.Idea-League.org. It is my goal to help raise money for research as well as educate the public on this very rare syndrome.
Amanda L.: Mommylebron is the slightly diabolical leader of Lefam (just don’t tell LeDaddy, he thinks he’s the leader, riiight). She is a snarky & sweet mom on a mission! Once she attains her goal of world domination she will educate all its poeple on pediatric mental illness and erradicate stigma. All while wearing a really cute apron. This domestic diva, kitchen queen, laundress extraordinaire also enjoys writing, reading, movies, scrap booking, word puzzles, kiddie cuddles, wet kisses, big brown eyes……Oh, and, during her “on time” she molds the only-slightly-less-diabolical-minds of 4 year old’s (aka preschool teacher).
Stephanie LeMieux: I have a boy with HFA and Tourette’s