We know that being a special needs mom can feel difficult, lonely, and overwhelming. You don’t have to feel alone!
In our private online community, you will be able to meet and connect with other moms of children with special needs, allowing you to feel like you belong.
Gain 24/7 access to our private, supportive online Facebook community!
Daily doses of encouragement to keep you inspired
Monthly meditations led by an expert to help you relax and unwind
2-4 guest speakers per month who aim to teach, encourage, and support
Virtual book clubs to learn from and grow with each other
Self-care tips and (fun!) challenges to ensure you take care of yourself, too
Behavior strategies and tips to help you best support your child
The moderator of this group, Lindsay, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who works very closely with special needs families. She sees first-hand how necessary it is for special needs moms to gain more support and spend more time practicing self-care. Lindsay is always happy to answer your questions, provide tips, and offer motivation and encouragement (& laughs!).
SELECT YOUR PLAN
Our online community revolves around motivating, supporting, and inspiring you. With both plans, you’ll be invited to join our private online community as soon as you subscribe!
Get support (without the box) with our monthly community membership subscription. Pay monthly at $10/month with no commitment or contract!
Get support (without the box) with our annual community membership subscription. Pay for your year-long membership up front and receive 2 months free!
“It’s a great no judgement zone. Wonderful ideas and new things to try. I love the live streams.”
“I love being part of an online community 24/7! I have such a busy life and feel like I have no time but it is nice to hear other people’s stories of what they are going through to know I am not alone. I also love joining online events like the meditation sessions and I can’t wait for our new book club. It is so nice scrolling through my feed and seeing a Pampered Parent post.”