At Not Alone, parents can be real, refreshed, and supported in faith as we raise kids with special needs.
Knowing that you’re Not Alone on your special needs journey is vitally important. You need friends who will:
- Cheer you on.
- Pray with you.
- Encourage you.
- Help you find the right direction when you feel like you’re going off track.
More than anything, Not Alone is about relationships—with God and with each other.
Whether you’re caring for a child with physical, mental, behavioral or emotional challenges—we’re glad you’re here!
Not Alone is written by parents of children with special needs, for parents of children with special needs. We represent children with a variety of special needs … autism, Aspergers, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, adopted children with special needs, medically fragile, and more. Here’s a sampling of our posts:
We realize parents of children with special needs are in many different places in their journeys of faith. All of you are welcome.
Our relationship with Jesus is the heart of who we are and all we do. Our relationship with God keeps growing all of our lives and we hope we can be a part of that journey for you … this is our heart and prayer for all of us.
We know what it’s like to have troubles. We know what it’s like to mess up … but we can always come back to Him again and simply say,
“Lord, please forgive me and help me this day.”
If you’ve just started a relationship with God for the first time or reconnected with Him, we’d love to hear from you. Please send us an e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org