Proudly Supporting all Military Families with a Special Needs Dependent
He’s the best thing about being a special needs parent. The Special Needs Parent version of the Ryan Gosling “Hey Girl” meme is back and sexier than ever. Although we didn’t play last year, I am so excited to jump in with both feet this year. If you’re new to SNRG, don’t fret. Here’s the dealio:
Every Friday, for however long the beauty lasts, we will be linking up with Sunday Stilwell and a bunch of other really fabulous special needs bloggers. We will be using a new picture of RyGos, as I refer to him, to express our feelings about special needs parenting. Imagine if Ryan were your sidekick in the special needs world. What Would Ryan Do?
As I mentioned earlier this week, August is Romance Awareness Month. Here’s what Ryan wants you to know:
Visit http://www.extremeparenthood.com/ to see what other special needs bloggers have come up with – you won’t want to miss this weekly feature. I promise.
Kelly is a Navy wife and mother to three children; 17 year old NT, 6 and 5 year old boys on the spectrum; and, a perfect-to-her beautiful baby girl. Kelly has been featured in a collection of essays on special needs children entitled, “Wit and Wisdom From the Parents of Special Needs Children.” She can also be found at MyTidewaterMoms.com, and as a guest blogger throughout the blog-iverse. In her spare time, Kelly is the Blog Master for, and member of, the Military Special Needs Network Executive Board. You can contact her via email at KellyHafer@MilitarySpecialNeedsNetwork.com.
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A site to discuss and learn about TRICARE Philippines Policies and Issues that are often times implemented in secret by the Defense Health Agency (DHA). Policies that result in payments at about 7.7% and 3.8% of what they should be or $328 per under 65 person instead of the expected $4,261 & $328 per over 65 person instead of the expected $8,650.
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