Category Archives: learning disabilities

Trailer for Our Special Child:  Jason's Story

http://youtu.be/WJNxbwKv6Fw

My book is available from the publisher’s website and can be purchased directly from them in soft back and e-book.  

Pre-orders are now being accepted on Amazon.  Kindle books are not available at this time.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_athr_dp_sr_1?_encoding=UTF8&field-author=Judith%20Iris%20Quate&search-alias=books&sort=relevancerank/

To my dear friends,

This book was written with love for my son Jason.  Because he was tucked away in his confined world for many years. I had a strong need to share his story.  I opened my heart and soul so my son’s story will give support and guidance to young parents who are finding themselves in the emotional roller coaster I so carefully expressed in this book.  They need to learn how to advocate for their child.  My experiences I expressed in this book should give them some support and comfort to get the care they need.

I ask you kindly to share this post so the word can be spread to reach these parents.

Thank you and God bless,

Virtual hugs

Jude

Happy New Year

I would like to wish all my WordPress, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn friends and family a very happy 2015. Twenty fourteen was a very busy year finalizing my book, building my art business, making new friends and reacquainting with old friends. It was an exciting year. I watched my grandchildren prosper and enjoyed my time… Continue Reading

A Parent's Anguish Dealing with a Special Needs Child

I love to watch television and movies in my spare time. I am retired so I can manage my own time throughout the day. My television time is scheduled simultaneously at meals, late in the afternoon after a full day working in my studio, and in the early evening, after dinner and before I go… Continue Reading

A Mother Knows What Her Child Does Not Say

Danny’s Song by Anne Murray A Mother does know what her child does not say, it is called mother’s instinct. I had a very strong mother’s instinct. I knew when my son Michael was sick, depressed, upset or tired. I looked into his eyes and they told me everything I needed to know. He is… Continue Reading