Dealing with COVID While Caring for A Child with Intellectual Disabilities

Guest Post by Angelique Marshall For over 29 years I have been a mother of a child with intellectual disabilities. When I was told that my daughter had cerebral palsy, I knew there was so much I had to learn to assist in providing her with equal opportunities in the world. One main issue that […]

It Is Ok To Say You’re Not Ok – Balancing Parenting and COVID-19

Guest Post by LaJoy Johnson-Law Parents’ capacity has always been a balancing act—but, in COVID19, there is a whole other level to the balancing act that parents have taken on. Many parents work from home, helping their children with distance learning, parenting, maintaining their households, and keeping their family safe from COVID. Families are juggling […]