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How to Discuss Differences

Most of a child's learning and development will occur in the walls of our homes. It is important to teach our children about differences while they are young. Research has shown that by teaching children about differences, it allows them to process differences and develop appropriate and accurate views about people who have differences....

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Online School with a Child with Disabilities

As the world has been plagued by COVID-19, parents are entering uncharted territory with their children’s education.  While many children are able to independently access their school online, parents of children with disabilities are left to wonder, “What about...

Candace

Candace

Candace comes from a big family; 11 children to be exact. The youngest child was born with Down syndrome. Candace shares her special relationship with Angelita and how she has impacted her family and life for good.

Sock Talk: Go Shout Love

In this episode, Gerald talks with Josh Veach, the co-director for Go Shout Love. A cause-driven for-profit  business that raises funds and awareness for families on unique medical journeys.  Go Shout Love The formation of Go Shout Love Go Should Love...

Sock Talk: Special Needs International Adoption

Sock Talk: Special Needs International Adoption

Dr. Gerald Nebeker talks about a few adoption agencies that help facilitate international adoptions for children with disabilities. In this podcast you will also hear from Michelle, the CEO of Reece’s Rainbow as well as Kecia and Chris who have adopted two children with Down syndrome from the Ukraine.

Christie and Eric: Epilepsy, Autism, Mood Disorder, Developmental Disability.

Christie and Eric: Epilepsy, Autism, Mood Disorder, Developmental Disability.

As soon as the neurologist saw Elie, he knew she had a serious condition and soon after diagnosed Elie with infantile spasms, which is considered a medically catastrophic seizure disorder. “It was heartbreaking,” Eric said. “I remember thinking that I didn’t know what to think. I didn’t know what to expect. It was a whole road that we couldn’t see in front of us.”

Jessica and Jonathan: Growth Hormone Deficiency

Jessica and Jonathan: Growth Hormone Deficiency

Jessica and Johnathan were shocked and relieved to receive a diagnosis for their son Trenton. Jessica struggled for years to find a doctor who would help her. Her journey in advocacy led her to start a nonprofit organization called Collaborative Corner for Exceptional Children. A company dedicated to helping parents find resources and become advocates for their children with disabilities.

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