Guest Post: Sonali Zoracki: Siblings of Children with Special Needs Have Special Needs Too

Parents often have to devote a lot of time to meeting the needs of their child with special needs and sometimes, the needs of siblings are either put on the back burner or go unnoticed. Siblings may have a difficult time coping and may have different and conflicting feelings like worry, jealousy, anger, resentment, embarrassment, Read More

Siblings: From Preparation to Positive Relationships on 4/25/12 at TLB Music

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Join me and TLB Music for “Siblings: From Preparation to Positive Relationships” In this workshop parents will find out how to prepare their child for the arrival of a new sibling. We’ll talk about when to tell your child and how to help them transition into their new role as older Read More

Guest Post: Twinsplicity

  When my husband and I were dating we went on a cruise to Mexico.  On the ship, we met an amazing couple from Canada who had twin boys.  Halfway through the trip, my husband told me he would do anything to have twins.  At the time, being 22 years old and just dating, I Read More

New Event: Tuesday February 7th, 2012 at 6pm

Join Dana’s Kids and TLB Music for a new workshop: “Creating A Sibling Symphony”  on Tuesday February 7th at 6pm. During  this workshop parents will find out how to prepare their child for the arrival of a new sibling. We’ll talk about when to tell your child and how to help them transition into their new Read More

A Follow Up To “Restaurant Sanity Savers”

A parent recently had a great response after reading “Restaurant Sanity Savers.”  This mother of three, whose eldest has special needs, created similar “kits” for her middle child when he accompanied his older brother to activities and therapy sessions.  The eldest had a kit for when the middle child needed to be fed as an Read More