Posts tagged ‘special needs’

November 2nd, 2012

Health Activist Parents: Do you know about Pica?

by Amanda

When raising awareness for health conditions, as a Health Activist parent, it’s always a good idea to familiarize yourself with what other parents in the advocacy word are doing. In this post, you’ll learn about a common eating disorder among children with special needs and see how parents can confront this …Read More

October 15th, 2012

WHPC: Marla Murasko at Bloggy Conference

by Amanda

As part of our WEGO Health Press Corps, we sent special needs advocate Marla Murasko to the 2012 Bloggy Conference. In this guest post she shares what she learned at the conference and how it will inform her Health Activism. –Amanda

 

Own Your Dream! Build Your Brand @ #BloggingCon

by Marla Murasko, Special and Determined

What an amazing experience I had at Bloggy Conference, thanks to my …Read More

August 30th, 2012

Roundtable Recap: Advocating for a Child with Special Needs

by Amanda

Continuing with A4A month, Monday’s HA Roundtable focused on parenting and caregiving for a special needs child. The role that a parent or caregiver has with a special needs child is a very complex one. During Monday’s roundtable, Michele Julis-Gianetti, Adrienne Bashista (@easytolovebut and @adriennegail) and Caroline …Read More

August 31st, 2011

Top Take Aways: Advocating for Others Webinar

by Amanda

There’s nothing quite like hearing others share stories of empowerment, overcoming challenges, and making a real difference to make you feel inspired. On Monday evening, we hosted our Advocating for Others webinar with Health Activists Janeen and Marla – and I learned so much from these powerful parents. In our …Read More

August 24th, 2011

Interviewing Health Activists: Adrienne Bashista on Advocating For Your Child

by Amanda

Today we’re excited to share with you an interview with a Health Activist caregiver, parent, author, blogger, and hard-working advocate for another. Adrienne Bashista is active online in numerous different places, co-authored the book Easy to Love but Hard to Raise, writes at a blog of the same name, active in the online ADHD, FASD, and developmental disorder communities. Her mission online, …Read More