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Why There’s No Such Thing as a Disabled Parent

What is a disabled parent? I interviewed many people – from wheelchair bound, to blind, to chronically ill, to mentally ill, to terminally ill – and do you know what I found? I found NO disabled parents in Columbia, South Carolina. Seriously.  Let me explain. For starters, when you call someone “a blind person,” you […]

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#1in5 :: How to Support Those Around You With Asthma and Allergies | Columbia SC Moms Blog

#1in5 :: How to Support Those Around You With Asthma and Allergies

Asthma and allergies are serious chronic diseases that affect many adults and children throughout the country. One in thirteen American children have food allergies. One in ten children have asthma, and one out of five Americans (adults and children) have allergies and/or asthma. That is why every year the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) […]

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Two Things I Want to Say to the Mom of a Child with Special Needs - Columbia SC Moms Blog

Two Things I Want to Say to the Mom of a Child with Special Needs

For eleven years I worked as a Speech Pathologist in numerous settings. Most of my years in this profession were with the pediatric population. Some of these precious children were born with a birth defect or disease and some experienced a horrific accident causing a brain injury. Often times, I was immersed in the tragedy and difficult time in […]

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