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A podcast about traveling the special needs road and discovering the hidden gems and unique finds of a place you didn't think you would be. We share how families are doing amazing things as a result of a diagnosis, and give you a glimpse into the realities of raising children with differing needs.

Mar 1, 2021

During this episode, we chat with April Green, author, special educator, minister, and collaborator about raising three children on the autism spectrum and what has risen out of her family’s challenges. She shares the importance of storytelling and how we can tell our own stories.

We talk about:

  • Parenting multiple children with autism that vary in presentation
  • Reckoning with the perception of autism 
  • Looking at the total child when making decisions
  • Encountering obstacles with the IEP team as a special educator  
  • Battling the school system to advocate for a diagnosis
  • Acknowledging and accepting the call to ministry
  • Experiencing church as a family with multiple disabilities and needs
  • Being bold to share stories
  • Letting it out and letting it flow
  • Path to her book collaborations and how she’s helped others tell their stories



It’s Going to Be Aulright

Autism Relationships Matter

Social Media

April Green Facebook Page

April Green Instagram


Keeping it Moving with April and Vondell

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