Inspirations

I See You Little Me 0

I See You, “Little Me”

An open letter to the siblings of those with special needs. Written by someone who understands because she was you many years ago. And when she sees you, she sees...

Meet Dr. Christopher Najarian 0

Meet: Dr. Christopher Najarian

Dr. Christopher Najarian, a pediatric doctor at Akron Children’s Hospital “stopped by” Parenting Special Needs Live earlier this month to share his story and how adaptive sports programs impacted his...

Real Moms Share Lisa Lupi 0

Real Mom’s Share: Lisa Lupi

Lisa Lupi We are happy to profile mom, Lisa Lupi. Lisa has a daughter and a 28-year-old son, JP, who is in a wheelchair. She is also living in a...

See Your Loved Ones Strengths 0

See Your Loved One’s Strengths

How to help family members see your loved one’s strengths The holidays are approaching, and for many families, this will be the first time in over two years they’ve been...

Meet Thomas Wilson 0

Meet: Thomas Wilson

  College: Syracuse University/InclusiveU QUESTIONS: 1. Tell us your biggest struggle at the beginning of attending college. It was hard learning the new assignments and learning how to talk to...

Indigo Abell Family 0

Meet: Indigo Abell

Program: Master of Education in Behavior Analysis Expected Graduation Date: December 2022 Background: I am 27 years old, a wife and a mom to three beautiful daughters. I am originally...

Meet Maggie Scherder 0

Meet: Maggie Scherder

College: Succeed Program, University of Missouri-St. Louis QUESTIONS: 1. Tell us your biggest struggle at the beginning of attending college. Making my own decisions and being away from my family....

Lets Talk Peer Buddy Programs 0

Let’s Talk: Peer Buddy Programs

Peer Buddy Many students with disabilities can feel excluded from their school communities. In response, some schools have developed peer-buddy programs that aim to create more inclusive environments. A peer...