FAMILY, COMMUNITY + THE HOLIDAYS

‘Tis the Season to Social Distance and Don a Mask!

‘Tis the Season to Social Distance and Don a Mask!

As we near the most wonderful time of the year, families with adults and children with complex medical conditi... Read More

The Best Christmas Gift Ever

The Best Christmas Gift Ever

Christmas for me has always been a time for happiness, a time to spend together with the family at home. The s... Read More

Caregiving During the Holidays, the Year 2020

Caregiving During the Holidays, the Year 2020

There is no denying that 2020 has not been a typical year. This will include the Holidays. We all thought COVI... Read More

Denver Has a Heart of Gold

Denver Has a Heart of Gold

For the first 36 years of my life, I had effectively zero interactions with special needs children and knew vi... Read More

Planes, Trains and Buses: Holiday Travel Tips for People with Limited Mobility

Planes, Trains and Buses: Holiday Travel Tips for People with Limited Mobility

Traveling during the holiday months of November and December – the busiest of the year – can be st... Read More

Different Shades of the Holidays

Different Shades of the Holidays

Holiday experiences strike people’s hearts unpredictably, the same way the pointer in roulette hits diff... Read More

Keeping It Fun: Cutting-Edge Social Skills Instruction in Young Children with Autism

Keeping It Fun: Cutting-Edge Social Skills Instruction in Young Children with Autism

Early social development is connected to early language learning. We need to make sure that the young child wi... Read More

Lessons From Olmstead

Lessons From Olmstead

On November 1st, 2019, the Georgetown Journal of Poverty Law and Policy hosted its Volume 27 symposium.... Read More

Ten Holiday Tips for Families of Children with Special Needs

Ten Holiday Tips for Families of Children with Special Needs

The holidays can be fun, but they can add stress to the lives of children with special needs. The Episcopal Ce... Read More

Steps Military Families Can Take to Truly Connect During the Holiday Season

Steps Military Families Can Take to Truly Connect During the Holiday Season

The ever-changing nature of day-to-day living is a major tradition that military families have in common with... Read More

Advocacy: Losing One Voice to Find Another

Advocacy: Losing One Voice to Find Another

My parents’ memory was that I never wanted to become anything other than a doctor. I wanted to understan... Read More

Shades of Gray

Shades of Gray

It was a simple question, asked at a party of people I hadn’t seen in years. “What grade is Justin... Read More