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Special Needs Mom Serenity - Kathy Kelly, RN
A friendly haven for mothers of teens and young adults with neurodevelopmental disorders.

Parenting a child with special needs has it’s moments of joy, but let’s face it — it is STRESSFUL!

I’ve been exactly where you are, Mom. Feeling isolated. Exhausted. And worried… constantly worried about your child; especially now that he or she is headed into puberty. Before you know it, they’ll be ageing out of school. What if they’re unable to hold down a job? Who will care for them if you get sick? Or after you’re gone?

No one really understands what you’re feeling unless she’s a special needs mom like you who’s been traveling on the same road.

You are warmly invited to to surround yourself with inspiration, support and friendship in a relaxed, judgement-free environment — a community of moms who “get it.”

Welcome to Special Needs Mom Serenity!

Kathy Kelly, RN - Special Needs Mom
Kathy Kelly - Special Needs Mom
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Holiday Season Serenity – Special Needs Family Travel – 014

Holiday travel tips for the special needs family; part two in our Holiday Season Serenity series! It's the busiest travel season of the year and when traveling with kids who have special needs our NUMBER ONE goal is to avoid the dreaded meltdown! #Meltdown! Embrace the meltdown - nothing will guarantee a meltdown-free trip! Planning […] Read More

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Holiday Season Serenity: Re-framing our Expectations – 013

Today we’re kicking off a new podcast series, Holiday Season Serenity. Serenity is so much better than Survival! So many articles and blog posts talk about “surviving” the holidays. We don’t want to merely survive the holidays; we want to enjoy them! Speaking of enjoyment, in our USE YOUR WORDS segment this week we have some […] Read More

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What I Learned the Day My Husband Had a Stroke – 012

Ten days ago, my husband Ed had a stroke. He’s 55 years old. It’s been a difficult, exhausting time for the both of us – mostly for him, of course, because of the many physical and emotional discomforts he endured while hospitalized and that he continues to endure as a patient in an acute rehabilitation […] Read More

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