Why Siblings Are Too Important To Ignore

Don Meyer
Chantai Snellgrove

Chantai Snellgrove

Upon graduating college, I started my career as a Production Director for the World's largest magazine publisher, Hachette Filipacchi Media (Elle, Car and Driver, Road and Track, etc…). After 10 years (and two children) I left that position and started my own advertising firm that specialized in “marketing makeovers” that helped to brand companies. After the birth of my second daughter and a roller-coaster ride of getting diagnosis’s for her special needs, I had an idea to put together a magazine that helped parents of children with special needs to address their issues and concerns about raising a child with special needs. I decided to tap into my skills and launch Parenting Special Needs Magazine and chose to make it a FREE, on-line, bi-monthly publication accessible anytime and anywhere.

4 Responses

  1. Angela Urban says:

    I like to buy a book on special needs how can i go about ordering it

  2. Rosalyn Sanchez says:

    Thank you so much for this podcast. Extremely refreshing to my soul. My husband and I try really hard to balance out our families needs but this podcast reminded me maybe he needs more. My son is such a great little brother patient, kind and oh so loving but the last thing we want is for him to ever feel left out. I am definitely getting him plugged in a sibshop. Thank you. By the way, I try to click on link and it comes back that its an unsecure site. Can you help?

    • Hi Rosalyn:
      Thank you so much for your comments on the podcast, I truly appreciate it. I’m not sure why the links are not working, I have forwarded your comment on to our webmaster. In the meantime here are the links. FYI: These are affiliate links, which means Parenting Special Needs, receives a commission if you purchase using this link. We appreciate your support.
      Best regards, Chantai

      Views from Our Shoes: Growing Up with a Brother or Sister with Special Needs
      https://amzn.to/2HleiZD

      How to Talk So Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk
      Link: https://amzn.to/2qvCBtI

      The Sibling Survival Guide: Indispensable Information for Brothers and Sisters of Adults With Disabilities
      https://amzn.to/2qwEbv9

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