Understanding Accessible Housing: The Fair Housing Act

You know how difficult it can be to get around on crutches or in a wheelchair. You may need a wheelchair ramp or wider doorways in order to enter a building or even your own home. An accessible home is one that allows its occupant to do what he or she wants and needs to do, as independently as possible. The good news is, if you or your family member has a disability that requires […]


In Someone Else’s Shoes

PUZZLES & CAMO BY SHELLY HUHTANEN She knew these parents care for their children each and every day, knowing the difficulties they face. These parents may struggle each day to do something as simple as transporting them to school. I’ve always wondered if there would be more empathy in the world for people with disabilities, or for families who are raising children with disabilities, if those not affected could live in our shoes for a […]


Military Widow, Veteran, Mom & Avid Golfer On How She Overcame Her Greatest Tragedy

Wesley Bauguess, an army widow, veteran, golfer – and spokesperson for Folds of Honor and Patriot Foundation spokesperson – shares the incredible path that has been forged in her life as a result of losing her husband, Army Major Larry Bauguess. This is all recounted in her new book, God, Country, Golf: Reflections of an Army Widow, which was released by WestBow Press on May 14, 2017, the 10-year anniversary of her husband’s death. Ten […]


Future Telling

Mark Batterson said it very well, “Quit living as if the purpose of life is to arrive safely at death.” I was well on my way to living this way before Broden came into my life. Maybe I should ask Broden what his goals are for me? The first time I sat down with a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) was in Kansas, a few weeks after my son was diagnosed. He was two years […]