Resources for Disabilities
You are not alone. Do not be afraid to seek helpful resources to aid with the process of understanding your child's disability.
No parent want their child to "not feel normal" around their peers. Follow some of these steps to help them learn.
M O T H E R. A U T H O R. M I N I S T E R. S P E A K E R. C H R I S T I A N L I F E C O A C H.
"I absolutely love it!!! I'm in tears! So
thankful that God blessed you with our disciple Nic. Your entire family - the
bond that I see all your children
share is so beautiful and such an inspiration. Words can't express
but so thankful God allowed you to
share a piece of your story.
Hugs and love :) "
JENNIFER POWELL of Dallas, Texas
Stay informed. Disabilities can
be treated, especially in early
Thanks for stopping by the page and checking on Nicholas and his crew! I am so excited to see my 8 year old 3rd grader return to school. He LOVES going to school. It is my prayer for him and all of his friends that they will learn something new everyday, make good choices, meet nice friends, and create lifelong memories. This year we will be focusing on recognizing and reading more words and potty training.
Keep me in your prayers!
Recognizing A Disability
Do you notice a difference in your child from other children a lot? Early awareness is important and can be beneficial.