Child Development Quotes (30 quotes)
To Parents of Children With Special Needs
When I was a young, happy ambitious women starting out in the world, excited about getting married, having a career, and starting a family, I could never have imagined what my destiny would be. At my prime age of twenty three, I had a beautiful, healthy three-year-old little girl when my second daughter, Toni, was born.
Poem About Raising A Child with Special Needs: My Actual Name Is Scott! by Sandra MacLaren
Also see the other files in the Baby and Children sections. Nobody signs up to have a child with special needs. Then you realize that this is a gift, this child is the light. And if you can nourish that light and let it shine, you have an opportunity to get closer to God, and that's grace. John C. I cannot change the way I am, I never really try, God made me different and unique, I never ask him why. God made a casting of each life, Then threw the mold away, Each child is different from the rest, Unlike as night from day.
NB: Wrote this for all those like me, for their parents, guardians and caregivers… because its not easy. Lately there have been news articles about parents doing horrible things to Special Needs children, teenagers and young adults… And a big concern is for them not knowing what to do or seeking help. I wrote this to try make them take that step easier in the future. I have been there and know its not easy for both the one who needs the help and the ones who are suppose to provide it. I personally believe the government needs a plan and better support for us as we age. I just feel I have to say or do something to help. From Christchurch New Zealand.
Beautiful poem for special needs child~ Heaven's Very Special Child .. 25 things that make special needs parenting easier. What would you add to the list.
songs like riders on the storm
Jump to navigation. I was shown this poem a while ago and it helped me look at my children's diagnosis in a very different light. I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability - to try to help people who have not shared that unique experience to understand it, to imagine how it would feel. It's like this When you're going to have a baby, it's like planning a fabulous vacation trip - to Italy. You buy a bunch of guide books and make your wonderful plans. The Coliseum.