We'd like to recommend a blog from a friend and a blossomviller, because she articulated eloquently the experiences and growth many of us have experienced.
“This can’t be happening”
“This happens to other people”
These were just some of the thoughts that went through my…Read More
An incredibly touching article, a heart-felt reason to become a Blossomviller - to inspire and be inspired by other like-minded Blossomvillers.
"Raising a child with any disorder, condition or special need, is both a blessing and a challenge. A challenge for the obvious reasons, and a blessing because you…Read More
It takes a village to raise a typical child. It takes Blossomville to raise a child with special needs.
A wonderful article to share. "Each of these disorders has books, websites, and national organizations devoted to them. Parents often know more about the specific disorder than any individual professional…Read More
We Blossomvillers believe diagnoses are important but irrelevant when it comes to challenges, therapies and treatments, views and philosophies. Despite what the labels may say, our journeys are similar and have a lot to learn from each other.
That’s why we recommend Kacie Buzzard’s “My Philosophy of Autism”. A…Read More
"Today I went through my monthly ritual of looking for even more Facebook parent groups to join, in the hope that somewhere is the group of people who will understand our exact set of challenges — or better yet, have the right set of solutions.
Guess what…Read More
This is actually funny! It put a smile on my face and somehow gave me a strong sense of pride. Our experiences might be different, might be hard sometimes, but we are never alone.
You know you're a special needs parent when...