Monthly Archives: October 2011

What are you going to be for Halloween?

That’s the question I started asking Veronica a couple of weeks ago. My daughter is non-verbal, but she understands what’s going on – and she loves a party, so I know she’s been thinking about Halloween. I don’t have an … Continue reading

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How’s your health care working for you?

How is your health care working for you and your special needs kid? Are you getting to see the doctors you need to see? Do you have a pediatrician or care manager that is helping coordinate your special kid’s care? … Continue reading

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A song for Veronica

I just got a phone call from the principal of my older daughter’s school.  He and his brother have been so inspired by the light that is Veronica that they wrote a song for her and posted it on YouTube.  … Continue reading

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Fitting shoes for your special needs kid

Recently someone asked me where I  buy shoes for my special needs kid, and when my daughter had foot orthotics, how I had shoes fit for them. My answer was simple – Nordstrom. I’ve always been a Nordy’s girl, so … Continue reading

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Beach Wheelchairs on the Big Island

A reader recently returned from a vacation on the Big Island of Hawaii (color me jealous) and wanted to share about Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. Also known as Place of Refuge, the park fronts Honaunau Bay, where not … Continue reading

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