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Overview Your want your child to live the most independent and fulfilling life possible. Raising a child is not easy, and when your child has special needs, empowering your childs with strength, dignity, responsibility, and independence can seem daunting. Debbie Salter Goodwin has developed strategies to help you accomplish God's plan for you and your child. She'll help you: *Accept realities and make empowering choices within your new boundaries *Help your child grieve a life of continual losses *Learn to access and negotiate the medical maze *Establish prayer principles to help you stay focused on God's resources in difficult circumstances *Prepare you and your child for his or her transitions from childhood to adolescence to adulthood Based on the belief that God's truth is a freeing reality, Goodwin's strategies will help you help your child with special needs discover that life empowered by God is never disabled.
Publishers Description Parents raising a child with special needs want to equip their child with the skills and abilities necessary to live the most independent life possible. But actually accomplishing this can be difficult. Learning to empower a child with strength, dignity, responsibility, and independence is a daunting task for parents struggling to understand and cope with the special needs of their child.In Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs, Debbie Goodwin helps parents identify enabling or guilt-based attitudes and actions that trap the child and themselves in unhealthy co-dependencies. As the mother of a daughter with special needs, she understands first-hand the struggles and frustration that come with this unexpected responsibility. Based on the belief that God's truth is a freeing reality, Goodwin develops empowering strategies to help parents actualize God's plan for them and their child. Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs invites the parents of children with special challenges to make the journey to discover how God's plan will 'give you hope and a future.'
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2006
Publisher BEACON HILL PRESS #29
ISBN 0834122588 ISBN13 9780834122581
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More About Debbie Salter Goodwin
Debbie Salter Goodwin has made ministry to children and families a focus in her writing and speaking. Author of The Praying Parent and Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs, she has also authored six children's drama resources. She lives in Beaverton, Oregon, where her husband pastors Portland First Church of the Nazarene. Their adult daughter, Lisa, reminds them constantly of the importance of discipling.
Debbie Salter Goodwin currently resides in Chehalis, in the state of Washington.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs?
Special needs educator Jan 17, 2007
I appreciated the well researched and thought out ideas presented in this book as well as all the personal stories and experiences that reinforced the concepts. As an educator in an early childhood, special needs program, I see great value in following the advice given by Debbie in raising a special needs child to be as independent and capable as possible in handling his/her own life. The author is positive and encouraging while giving strategies to empower parents, as well as children, to meet the, sometimes, difficult days with which they are faced. I was very happy to find this book and Debbie helped me adjust my thoughts as I looked at children with special needs from a different perspective than before. I highly recommend reading Empowering Your Child.