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Shelley Dannenberg Patient Expert

United States
Shelley Ball-Dannenberg is a certified Dyslexia Testing Specialist. She is an Ohio licensed teacher with 9 years teaching experience in Language Arts and Reading. Shelley has taught in both regular education and special education classrooms. She has tutored many students with learning disabilities, and she has taken several graduate courses in Special Education. Shelley is a member of the...
Communities: General Medicine

BearTwinsMom Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Somewhere, Michigan
I'm a stay-at-home mom of fraternal twin boys, plus I attend graduate school (special education and reading.) I also have clinical depression, and I deal with it daily. One of my twins has high functioning autism/Asperger's Syndrome. I'm interested in the connection between depression and having a child/children with special needs. Each day I try to do better than the last. My blog is a...

Strapples Patient Expert

Palatine, Illinois
I was born on August 8th 1991. Two or more weeks premature. I spent the first three and a half years of my life in a Romanian orphanage, on the third year one of the caretakers attempted to kill me by throwing me down the stairs for complaining that she was stealing food. I suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury with skull fracture. I remember waking up in the hospital. Because of the premature birth...

Caryn T. Facebook

West Chicago, Illinois
My heart has carried this deep desire to be part of a special club for kids suffering from food allergies ever since my oldest child was diagnosed in 2007 with a chronic multifocal tic disorder and eventually celiac disease. After a food allergy test revealed the need to eliminated 15 foods from his diet I became completely overwhelmed with our situation. At that time I knew very little about...

Your Therapy Source

United States
The Your Therapy Source blog offers information on pediatric occupational therapy, pediatric physical therapy and special education. Stay informed on recent research, read activity ideas and articles on sensory motor skill development in children. We have a focus on autism, cerebral palsy and sensory processing disorder.
Communities: Children's Health

Angela Facebook

United States
Hi, I am Angela. I live in Texas. I am a stay-at-home mom. I have five adopted children. Our adoptive journey has been a long and wonderful one. From 1989 to present we have adopted both healthy and special needs children. Our adoptions have ranged from closed adoption in 1989 to open adoptions from 2000 - Present. I love to talk about adoption, family and special needs children! I am also...

Liz Janill Patient Expert

California
Hi, my name is Liz. I am a Special Ed. teacher in Texas. I previously taught 5th grade Math for a lot of years and just two years ago was offered a job of working with students who have special needs. My mother was severely bipolar all of my life starting when I was 18 months old.  I was her primary care-giver for much of those years. After her death, almost five years ago, I thought at...

Nicole G

California
I am a registered dietitian specializing in weight management. I have a website about healthy recipes that I come across and have tried, weight loss, nutrition tips, fitness tips, healthy reading ideas, and more!

bengreenfield Facebook

Spokane, Washington
Ben coaches and trains individuals for weight loss, lean muscle gain, holistic wellness, and sports performance, both in Spokane, Washington and Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho (at Human Wellness Solutions) as well as all over the world (online training from the website Pacific Elite Fitness).   He also runs the Rock Star Triathlete Academy, the internet’s top...

FireRaven

Albuquerque, New Mexico
I'm a self-taught jewelry artist living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I love creative expression in all forms, with a special addiction to Artist Trading Cards aka ATCs (designed with traditional or digital media, they're like baseball cards brimming with creative goodness -- traded, never sold, among artists). I host an ATC MeetUp Group on the second Saturday of each month at various locations...