Bring Independence into Your Home
This is my Father-in-Law with my husband David when he was a little boy. Today is Veteran’s Day. I’ve been thinking about my father-in-law who went up on the beach in Normandy on D-Day and all of the other service men and women, who throughout all the years of our county, have helped preserve our…Read More →
Waiting Out the Hurricane
Hunkered down in our condo, with the food and water hastily grabbed off the nearly empty shelves of the market, we prepared to wait out Hurricane Lane in Hawaii. As it turned out, we were over-prepared, thankfully suffering no more than spending a windy, rainy few days indoors. If your child has traditionally struggled in…Read More →
What Does it Really Mean When the School Says Your Struggling Student Doesn’t Have a Learning Disability?
I recently spoke with a parent who was confused and distraught because he sees his child struggling with anxiety and frustration over school work every day, yet the school testing did not show a learning disability. Does that mean that the parent is crazy? Over-protective? Does it mean that the student really could do the…Read More →