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Parenting Impossible – The Special Needs Survival Podcast

Nov 23, 2022

Host Annette Hines opens the podcast reflecting on the many ways that technology can improve the livelihood of people with disabilities through the creation of assistive tools. Her guest, Ange Anderson M.Ed discusses the benefits of technological interventions to support students with learning differences that she has...


Nov 16, 2022

Guest Jennifer Fraser, PhD founder of The Bullied Brain shares what she has learned about the resilient nature of humanity as well as damaging impact of abuse and bullying on the brain.  She sees brain science as the key to helping people heal from abuse.  When we are subjected to a repeated cycle of abuse or bulleying,...


Nov 9, 2022

Host Annette Hines opens the episode with an overview of the "Health and Hospital Corporation v. Talevski" U.S. Supreme Court Case and the impact the case may have on the ability of people who depend on public benefit initiatives funded by state and federal agencies be able to sue states when their civil rights are...


Nov 3, 2022

Even though mindfulness is familiar, and we know we should practice it, we struggle to do it and need reminders to stop and care for ourselves. Podcast guest, Shonda Moralis, who is a life balance coach and therapreneur, explains how mindfulness and finding a state of calm is when we perform at our best. She developed a...


Oct 27, 2022

Host Annette Hines wraps up her series on legal planning and supporting the decision-making of your loved one with disabilities during Special Needs Awareness Month with a deep dive into special needs trusts.  Have you ever wondered:

  • How does someone manage a special needs trust?
  • How do you choose a trustee or appoint...