Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs

By: Goodwin, Debbie Salter

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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.'

Title: Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs

Author/Composer: Goodwin, Debbie Salter

Categories: Family,

Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City: 2006-07

ISBN Number: 0834122588

ISBN Number 13: 9780834122581

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 004182

Description: New paperback print book copy of Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs by Debbie Salter Goodwin. Kansas City MO: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas, 2006. 186 pages. 5.25 x 8 inches, 21 cm. List price 14.99. From the book cover: 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. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over!

Keywords: Christian Books, Parents of Children with Special Needs, Debbie Salter Goodwin, ISBN 0834122588,