Monthly Archives: November 2017

Parents: Regain Control of Your Life with Samantha Moe

The Special Needs Connection

I have been on a mission to help others restore themselves to a vibrant and healthy state, using holistic approaches that empower you to take back your life. I firmly believe that just because you have a challenging child doesn’t mean you have to be “sick” with stress, worry, or despair. You can find emotional well­being, peace, and happiness again.

To learn more about Samantha Moe, please check out the website below:

Maria Rickert Hong: Almost Autism – Recovery for Kids, Support & Community for Moms

The Special Needs Connection Podcast:

My approach in health coaching helps you recover your child from symptoms of:

▪           Autism

▪           ADHD

▪           Sensory Processing Disorder

▪           “Almost autism”

▪           PDD-NOS

"This type of coaching supports your child’s adrenal health and thyroid health while controlling inflammation, which is a hallmark of neurodevelopmental disorders.

I can teach you which diet, lifestyle and therapy choices can help recover your child’s health as well as how they affect gut dysbiosis and immune dysregulation.

In addition, each child is different, so I help you understand the pros and cons of each type of intervention as it relates to your child.

I practice a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means that I look at how all areas of your child’s life are connected."

For more information about Maria Rickert Hong, please check out her website below:

Advocacy: Collaborating For Success with Rich Weinfeld

The Special Needs Connection Podcast

"Rich Weinfeld is the Director and Founder of Weinfeld Education Group, LLC, (WEG) a group of 50 educational consultants, psychologists, and a variety of other providers of related student services, dedicated to helping all students reach their potential."

Mr. Weinfeld describes the importance of collaboration between parent and school staff when planning for students with special needs; his online training program for parents and professionals who want to learn to be more effective advocates for student with special needs. He also discusses the yearly Diamonds in the Rough Conference that trains professionals and parents about interventions that work for these students. You are encouraged to visit his website, listed below, to learn more about all of these endeavors.

You Are Going To Die, So Let’s Talk About It with Jon Braddock (Podcast)

Caring for Aging Parents Podcast

Jon Braddock is an author, speaker and professional advisor/coach. After more than 30 years as a successful employee benefit and retirement planning consultant, his personal life experience led him to focus in a new direction – getting our digital lives in order.

You may reach Mr. Braddock at the website below or give him a call:


Phone: 1-844-369-4747