Help a Friend: Disability
A new wheelchair. A frightening diagnosis. A child that needs a little (or a lot) more extra help than their peers.
Disability can come in all shapes and sizes, so what can you say or do to support a friend that is newly affected by disability? What can you say to someone you care about who must adjust to a new way of life due to an uncontrollable condition.
Help a Friend: Grief
It can be difficult to know what to say to a friend or someone you know that has just experienced the loss of a loved one. Experience the confidence and assurance you'll get from this easy-to-read pamphlet on grief filled with practical tips, and encouragement from Joni Eareckson Tada. From Do's and Don'ts and "cliches to avoid" to the stages of grief, get equipped with everything you need to know to support your friend or relative when they need you most.
Help a Friend: Autism
Autism Spectrum Disorder in children has increased to nearly 120% since 2000, making it the fastest-growing developmental disability known
, according to a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Comforting parents of a newly diagnosed child can be a challenge, but with this enriching pamphlet you will be equipped with resources to provide help and support.
Help a Friend: Memory Loss
From forgotten medication to forgotten faces, memory loss can be incredibly painful for the family members as well as the sufferer.
Our most valued relationships are built off fond memories, but when these memories start to fade, it's important to have support from others. Your help and encouragement can make a difference!