…but his specialist says, “No way!”
What do you do?
I’m blogging today over at The Homeschool Post about how sometimes expert opinions are colored by popular misconceptions---and really nobody had all the answers.
If you have a child who has special medical needs and you are getting conflicting opinions about homeschooling, please join me over there.
May is Ichthyosis Awareness Month!
For those of you who don’t know, our son Peter (age 8) was born with a rare, genetic skin disorder called Lamellar Ichthyosis. Learn about Peter’s life with this often misunderst00d (and even never heard of) condition here.
If you have a child with special needs, you know it affects the whole family and your perception of your other children. Last May I hosted a special event in honor of Ichthyosis Awareness that was aimed at celebrating all of our children: Release the Butterflies.
What are you doing with your butterflies this summer?
Don’t miss a thing: