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Living with Children with Diversibilities

Row, row, row your boat

The flotilla of boats our kids learned to row. Photo credit: Catherine Dunn (author)

Living with children with special/extra support needs or diversabilities has been part of our family life for decades.

It began with the adoption of a child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder back in 1991 and continued with several other children who faced challenges joining our family. We read books, joined support groups…




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Catherine Dunn

Catherine Dunn

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