The Great Adventure

Twenty-four years ago my oldest son Geordi , (Geo), was born with big blue eyes, dark curly hair and chubby little cheeks that made you want to smother them in kisses. He was also born “fussy” – not wanting to sleep for more than 20 minutes at a time and not feeding well. As time went on, he was also late to sit, crawl, walk and talk. By the age of two, he was diagnosed as, “developmentally delayed” – cause unknown. Continue reading →

We Are All Able

We are ALL able – that is the message from the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  I don’t know about you, but I find that enormously encouraging not only as a parent of a child with a disability but as a human being.  Although we traditionally celebrate the day that bears his name as an “African-American” holiday it is SO much more than that.  Dr. King’s message is for all of us. Continue reading →