The first category, Sarah Kate & Cerebral Palsy mostly covers Sarah Kate. She has cerebral palsy, so many of the posts contained therein have something to do with how cerebral palsy affects her – or how it doesn’t. It’s the story of her life, first and foremost. Occasionally, I throw in a post about what it’s like to be the parent of child with CP, or some other random CP-related topic, but it’s mostly about her trials and triumphs.
Similarly, Nathan & Down Syndrome is mostly about Nathan. He has mosaic Down syndrome, and he’s still young enough that we’re trying to figure out exactly what that means for him. He’s a hoot, so most of the posts are about his antics, though I do focus more on the condition of Down syndrome occasionally.
Special Needs & Disability is more of a hodge-podge of posts about what it’s like to live the life of a salmon swimming upstream. I talk about IEPs, accessible playgrounds, inclusion, the R-word, and whatever else strikes my fancy as an “associate member” (i.e., parent) of Disability World.