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Chicken Soup for the Soul Celebrates Children with Special Needs Your Support Group in a Book Chicken Soup for the Soul

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'These powerful heart rending stories are filled with honesty humor hope and offer inspiration to parents teachers and anyone else who cares for children with special needs By embracing the magnificence inner peace and beauty each child possess our own attitudes are shifted from despair to promise' —Gerold G Jampolsky MD Founder of International Center of Attitudinal Healing Sausalito California Raising. 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A child with special needs is a lifelong commitment that is as uniue as each person who embarks on it Written by a variety of authors who share in this distinctive relationship Chicken Soup for the Soul Children with Special Needs offers a glimpse into the lives of others who are on a similar path These stories provide insight comfort and connection with others who have walked this powerful and transformational. A must read for any parent or teacher The Polaris Protocol (Pike Logan, special needs is a lifelong commitment that is as uniue as each person who embarks on it Written by a variety of authors who Immigrants in Our Own Land share in this distinctive relationship Chicken Soup for the Soul Children with Special Needs offers a glimpse into the lives of others who are on a PL / I Structured Programming similar path These Its OK Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids stories provide insight comfort and connection with others who have walked this powerful and transformational. A must read for any parent or teacher


10 thoughts on “Chicken Soup for the Soul Celebrates Children with Special Needs Your Support Group in a Book Chicken Soup for the Soul

  1. says:

    I'm not sure how to rate this It's actually of a 25 It's hard for me to rate this because Who in the world gives a TWO STARS to a Chicken Soup for the Soul book for heaven's sake? Chicken Soup for the Soul's are all the same model and format And they follow that to appeal to a certain audience and they have been amazingly successful I read a few as a teenager myself So I guess I knew that coming in but despite my knowledge of the type of book and my predetermined idea that I didn't want to read itI did for research sake I suppose To see what's out there you have to read what's out thereI guess Perhaps I just need to stop reading books about special needs Maybe it's all my problem here When I read My Baby Rides the Short Bus I felt it was too hard too depressing and too cyncical Chicken Soup for the Soul Children with Special Needs was just too soft too fluffy and too chipper Again it follows the Chicken Soup format so it works But for me the short stories of inspiration weren't enough True some of the stories were inspiring and uplifting No uestion But I had so many uestions that a small page long story couldn't answer Overall inspiring sure But as a parent reading it I felt it was toohappy? Oh does that sound like I'm a miserable person or what? As if I like to wallow in my self pity or something Unreal That's what it was Because it was almost entirely happy uplifting and cheerful I felt it was a little unreal and didn't give a good picture of the joys of special needs kids because afterall we need to experience sorrow to experience joy When it was all joyit just seemed unrealistic But one time these books never claim to be than a cheerful ray of sunshine and if you read it a little here and a little there instead of novel style it probably has a different effect


  2. says:

    Of all the Chicken Soup for the Soul books that I have read so far this one is perhaps the most heartwarming These are stories of love and understanding for those that care for children with disabilities I both have a brother with Down syndrome and teach children with disabilities so I could relate to the stories I laughed and cried through many of the stories as the writers shared their joys and struggles pain and laughter of caring for someone with a disabilty


  3. says:

    I loved this book and will likely reread it as needed to help us with our daily routines for our son with CP While knowing that others are suffering is not a positive thing in and of itself knowing that he is not alone and we are not alone is comforting


  4. says:

    I really enjoyed the book but i wish that there were stories in there about physically disabled kids


  5. says:

    A must read for any parent or teacher


  6. says:

    This book was so inspiringI loved this book it showed me anything is possible I have autism myself and understand how the people in the stories felt


  7. says:

    I bought this book hoping to gain some insight into my mom's job as she teaches students with both behavioral and medical issues primarily autism A lot of the stories in here focus on autistic children which is a sign how prevalent the disorder is in today's world While I didn't necessarily learn anything that I could pass on to my mom to help her deal with the stresses of her job I found the stories very heartwarming There are definitely good people out there who can see the bright side of a potentially scary situation dealing with one or children who reuire special attention and energy from places you didn't know you had I admire them all


  8. says:

    I regret not owning a physical copy of this book as I'd love to set it aflame I should have known what I was getting into though as the series doesn't contain an edition for the disabled soul Each story is framed from the carer's point of viewwith the disabled people framed as either challenges to be overcome or paragons of virtue blessed with extraordinary chirpiness or patience or bravery or innocence Break out your ablism bingo card and take a shot every time you get a suare you might then be drunk enough to not defenestrate it


  9. says:

    I love the Chicken Soup books Cheesy I know They never fail to make me cry and my husband doesn't understand why I would do this to myself I do not have a special needs child myself but I have worked with special needs children in the past my niece has a heart defect and one of my daughter's closest friends has Down Syndrome I really did enjoy this book I learned about autism and cerebral palsy The stories were incredibly inspiring


  10. says:

    It was a wonderfully insightful book with stories of hopes dreams accomplishments and most of all love and perseverance I highly recommend the book to everyone especially those that have SN kids as to know you are not alone in this normal world