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Posted by: Lisa Jamieson on 03/15/2018

Parenting Special-Needs Siblings

Open a dialogue about the challenges, disappointments, advantages and opportunities of being a sibling in a family affected by disability. Discussion topics include sibling conflict, balancing attention, grief processing, dealing with social stigmas and misunderstanding, family vacations and managing stress. Participants  leave encouraged with basic principles and numerous practical ideas about how to enjoy more victories and deeper graces despite the reality of weaknesses in every family. Theme Verse:  2 CORINTHIANS 12:9.

For this presentation Lisa Jamieson, the mother of three adult children can be joined by one/both of her adult daughters to share candid perspectives. Lisa's youngest daughter, Carly, has Angelman Syndrome which involves chronic health issues and severe developmental disabilities.

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