Unknowingly Called: Special Needs Adoption 

“You are in the wrong room,” Nathan confidently countered to the doctor. But the doctor was in the correct room. Nathan and his wife Lauren listened in disbelief as the

Can I “Fix” My Child’s Learning Differences

By Ann Maura Hinton, Lifeline Education Specialist   The words “back to school” can evoke strong feelings in both parents and children. Parents and students may feel excitement or relief to get back to the routine of

CEU: FASD-Exploring the Spectrum and the Impact on Foster and Adoptive Families

Join us as we highlight Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). In the U.S. 1 out of 25 people will experience (FASD). Join us as we highlight the details of Fetal

CEU: Attachment, Trauma, and the Brain

In this training will we will discuss the topic of attachment, trauma, and the brain. We will identify how trauma directly effects a child development, how the brain processes trauma,

CEU: Trauma Informed Parenting – Trauma And The Brain

Being able to identify trauma within a child is a key component in a child’s development. We will also emphasize the structure of the brain, triggers within the brain, signs

The Hike: Adopting a Child with Down Syndrome

Scott and his wife, Haley, adopted Eden from China as an aging out child with Down Syndrome. Listen to his story about how God calmed his heart about adopting a

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