Inspired by their experiences of raising children with disabilities, three African American moms share how they deal with both the positive and the difficult emotions involved in the parenting journey.
Taking care of a child with chronic health issues is a full-time job, so where can busy, burdened parents find support?
Heather B. Amos collated the stories in I’m Not “OK” to answer that question. Her goal is to foster a compassionate and nurturing community of caregivers who find strength in numbers and thrive on the honest exchange of information.
The heart of We Are Brave Together, an international community of caregiving moms, is to strengthen, encourage, educate and inspire all moms of children with disabilities through their unique and difficult caregiving journeys.
The Striped Stable teaches caregivers how to harness the power of social media to crowdfund for medical expenses insurance won’t cover. We believe in the power of authentic storytelling to bring awareness to the struggle many families face while trying to provide basic necessities, from mobility equipment and transportation to life-saving procedures and medication
Rising Above Ministries offers support and encouragement for the entire special-needs family. Through a weekly podcast, resources for the family, a free app, and retreat events, Rising Above seeks to be a source of inspiration to families impacted by disability all over the world.
My Do-Dad harnesses the power of “Daily-Activity-Documentation” to help you gain insight into activities, events, successes, and setbacks that are always happening on the road to independent living. It