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summary My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB Liday and Kerry Cohen this assortment of authentic shared experiences from parents in the know is a partial antidote to the stories that misrepresent ridicule and objectify disabled children and their paren. My Baby Rides the Short Bus is an anthology of articles written by parents about their firsthand experiences of raising children with disabilities In addition to their common identity as parents of disabled children the contributors also share another trait all of them find themselves outside of the mainstream by virtue of identity or political perspective Together the articles make up a lively collection of authentic voices that speak to the joys and challenges of being marginalized andor subcultural parents raising special needs childrenMany of the authors write about how their non mainstream identities have affected their experience of raising special needs children Thida Cornes writes about how she learned to work within the constraints of her own disability dystonia a physical disability that causes muscular spasms to take care of her son who has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy A lesbian minister Maria June writes about becoming at age twenty three the foster mom of a fifteen year old with special needs Amber E Taylor a self described black biracial dyke with head to toe visible tattoos and a bald head and an adoptive parent of a son with Down syndrome writes about the backlash she receives from biological parents of disabled children who think she shouldn t attend support group meetings because she chose to parent a special childThe authors also write about the process of navigating the many institutions ostensibly set up to help special needs children but which often end up sidelining them Several authors write about the experience of diagnosis the behavioral testing milieu in which young children separated from parents and subjected to unfamiliar conditions unsurprisingly fail to show their full range of abilities and then are slapped with labels that sometimes sound like death sentences Authors who spend 247 with their children write about the experience of not being believed by specialists about their children s abilities and needs or being subtly blamed for their children s disabilities Expressing the frustration felt by many of the authors Kerry Cohen writes Unless I hate the things that make my son different from other children I will always be a wayward mother But not all the stories are about frustration and tragedy many of the authors write about the creative and energetic ways they have found to help their children thrive often in direct opposition to the institutions that are set up to help Karen Wang and Heather Newman write about unschooling creating stimulating and safe learning spaces at home tailored specifically to their children s particular needs while Shannon Des Roches Rosa tells how she co founded a special education PTA that helps parents of children with disabilities advocate for their children in the local public school systemAs so many of us know from personal experience it can be very difficult to be part of multiple marginalized communities As one of the authors Andrea Winninghoff laments In a community of parents with deaf kids I will always be the single young gay mom Among gay parents I will always be the one with the deaf kid that they can t speak to While there are many books available on parenting special needs children very few of those books offer an explicitly political analysis of the rights of special needs families and of the systems that do or don t serve them and very few of those books acknowledge the experiences of parents who are out of the mainstream whether due to race class gender identity or sexual orientation disability political beliefs or lifestyle Frank engaging and broad ranging My Baby Rides the Short Bus is a rare and precious treasury of these too often invisible storiesReview by Ri J Turner Ship of Magic ridicule and objectify disabled children and their paren. 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summary My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities review Õ eBook or Kindle ePUB The stories in this collection provide parents of special needs kids with a dose of both laughter and reality Featuring works by so called alternative parents who have attempted to move away from mainstream. I m not sure why this was on my to read list I have no kids no particular reason But man it was really good Like I would read it while waiting for lights to change while walking to work from the busIt s a collection of various parents experience parenting a variety of children with challenges both mental and physical Apologies if I get the terminology wrong for a lot of this this book was my first encounter You see the heart rending choices that come with uncertain funding with navigating the bureaucracy but in some cases it s super helpful reminding me once again that policy is hard with Other Humans And of course with kids being kids particularly when they have difficulties on top of trying to grow up Several things struck me but the one that really made me say I HAVE HAD THAT EXACT EXPERIENCE was a mother who was venting about people who talk about how strong she is Her response was what else could I do not parent my child It s just day by day I do the best I can Which yes I feel you sisterA very worthwhile read


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    [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF read & download ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Yantra Bertelli Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters Perhaps my expectations for this book were too high Or perhaps I just went into reading this with a different purpose than what the book is meant for Either way I have to say I was sorely disappointed I had such high hopes I had hoped that this book would address the reality of life with special needs but also give a figurative high five to mea pep talk of sortsa hang in there because life is good type of book In the introduction alone I

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    [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF It isn't as though I needed this book From January 2013 onward I've been very much an advocate for my son after he was diagnosed with Down Syndrome I've adopted person first language and I get it right 98% of the time I have a license plate border advertising the local DS association and I upload dozens of pictures of my

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    Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters read & download ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Yantra Bertelli [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF I'm not sure why this was on my to read list; I have no kids no particular reason But man it was really good Like I would read it while waiting for lights to change while walking to work from the busIt's a collection of various parents' experience parenting a variety of children with challenges both mental and p

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    [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF The essays in this book are written by loving imperfect frank parents of disabled children writing on specific aspectsIf you are looking for a how to this isn't itIf you are looking for a serious look at those who have disabled kids this isn

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    Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF I can't remember much about this anthology collecting personal essays written by parents of children with disabilities but the author event held at the Olympia Timberland Library was wonderful and memorable several

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    summary My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF Any book that simultaneously offends educates and provokes thought as effectively as this book deserves a five star rating This is a must read for any parent of a special needs child

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    Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters read & download ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Yantra Bertelli summary My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities Poignant and important and eye opening particularly for future educators

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    [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF read & download ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Yantra Bertelli Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters My Baby Rides the Short Bus is an anthology of articles written by parents about their firsthand experiences of raising children with disabilities In addition to their common identity as parents of disabled children the contributors also share another trait all of them find themselves outside of the mainstream

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    read & download ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Yantra Bertelli Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF A fantastic book that gives real insight into the lives of families all kinds of families with children who have special needs While I obviously couldn't relate 100% to each story something in each resonated deep within me Dual Parentship Status rang especially true to me even though I only have one child as of yet I share many of the fears concerns hopes the writer expresses about having a second child Parents like us are not mag

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    Yantra Bertelli µ 3 characters read & download ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB µ Yantra Bertelli [My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities] EBOOK / PDF an anthology of subcultural parents raising special needs children the stories run the gamut from adoptive parents fostering special needs children to disabled parents raising disabled children from folks writing about their still toddler chi

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  • Paperback
  • 336
  • My Baby Rides the Short Bus The Unabashedly Human Experience of Raising Kids with Disabilities
  • Yantra Bertelli
  • English
  • 15 July 2018
  • 9781604861099