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You Won’t Believe What These Parents Say About Their Son Who Has Down Syndrome http://www.lifenews.com/2014/08/19/you-wont-believe-what-these-parents-say-about-their-son-who-has-down-syndrome/

You Won’t Believe What These Parents Say About Their Son Who Has Down Syndrome

Sheryl Crosier, holding little Simon, with husband Scott, and Simon’s brothers Sean (left) and Samuel.

Sheryl Crosier, holding little Simon, with husband Scott, and Simon’s brothers Sean (left) and Samuel.

Five Things New Parents of Down Syndrome Children Need to Hear | LifeNews.com

Don’t Abort, Parents are Waiting to Adopt Down Syndrome Kids - LifeNews. My family thought about adopting a child with Down's, but discovered there was too long of a waiting list!

Prayers go out to the Todd family...Ending the stigma of suicide one post at a time. #HAVEHOPE #HELPKEEPTHEBEAT #BEATKEEPERSUNITE

Heartbreaking Story Ends With Suicide

My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm Please take a few minutes to watch and share. Bullying is no joke. Another precious young life has been lost this week when Amanda Todd committed suicide.

Mother Creates “Baby Baskets” For Parents of New Babies With Down Syndrome http://www.lifenews.com/2014/11/10/mother-creates-baby-baskets-for-parents-of-new-babies-with-down-syndrome/

Mother Creates “Baby Baskets” For Parents of New Babies With Down Syndrome

Dr. John Gottman & Dr. Julie Gottman Discuss Tools for Parenting with Em...

The way parents listen to their kids' develops emotional intelligence. John & Julie Gottman discuss tools for supporting children emotionally in their video: "Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child.

A touching story written by the mother of a special needs child. A "must read," in my opinion, for those of us who work with children and families.

7 Things You Don't Know About A Special Needs Parent

7 Things You Don't Know About A Special Needs Parent. "It has helped me understand that true love is meeting someone (child or adult, special needs or not) exactly where he or she is -- no matter how they stack up against what 'should be'.

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