Making Lemonade: Parents Transforming Special Needs

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When life gives you lemons, how you approach, process, and transform them makes all the difference. Especially for parents facing the sour experiences of raising a child with developmental, behavioral, and/or health needs.
Mirroring the steps of a recipe for making lemonade, this book covers the emotional journey and offers practical strategies from a Christian worldview. More

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Published: June 13, 2011
Words: 59,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458112040
About Candee Fick

Candee Fick is the wife of a high school football coach and the mother of three children including a daughter with Cornelia de Lange syndrome and a son with allergy-induced asthma. In addition to her personal experiences in the realm of special education, she is a volunteer Awareness Coordinator for the CdLS Foundation.

She has published a dozen articles in publications including Exceptional Parent and Special Education Today. Her first book, Pigskin Parables: Reflections of a Football Widow, explored what football and faith have in common, and is available in print at most online retailers.

When not busy with her day job, writing, or speaking, Candee can be found shuttling her kids to various activities or reading a good book. She and her family make their home in Colorado.

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Review by: Michael Coen on June 17, 2011 : star star star star
This book is a support group experience. The virtual group is made up of real people facing challenging events much like you do, especially if you have a "special needs" child in your family. You can read it through to get the whole map of the journey and you can consult it for support in the specific present stage of your process.
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