The Truth About Special Needs
By Breakroom Studios
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Join Esther and Chris Cowan as they share their experiences raising a child with special needs, and discuss a wide range of topics affecting special needs families.
||What We’re Thankful For – TTASN5||On this episode, we talk about some things that happened during the past few months, share listener emails and talk about some of the things we and other parents of special needs kids are thankful for!||5/12/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||TTASN 4: What They Don’t Realize, Part 2||We continue our conversation about some of the things we've experienced that we had never even thought about before having Hunter.||3/13/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||TTASN 3: What They Don’t Realize, Part 1||No matter how much other people care and support your family, there are ultimately going to be some things that they just can't fully understand until they've actually been there.||3/6/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||The Truth About Special Needs Promo||Do you know someone who might be interested in The Truth About Special Needs? We’ve created a short promo that you can share with others or include in your own podcast! Just choose one of the options down below to share this post,||3/4/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||TTASN 2: Can You Say That?||We share some down-to-earth advice for people who might be trying to navigate through the rough waters of special needs terminology. Here's a hint: it's the heart behind the words that really matters.||2/14/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||TTASN 1: Our Story||We discuss some of the struggles we faced early on with our special boy, Hunter.||2/6/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
I love this podcast! It's down to earth, realistic, insightful and entertaining. It's the same feeling as reading a life changing biography.
Thank you for sharing. We can take everyday life for granted. We can complain because the line is to long at Starbucks. Lol! Please continue to share your journey. It's important to know the unseen challenges you face daily as well as the unexpected joys that you didn't see coming.
Full of transparency and openness
From one special needs family to another! Thanks for speaking up for each of us! Your willingness to share so openly is amazing.
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