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About Walking with Freya

"Walking with Freya" is a podcast I recently created to share my story of raising a daughter with Prader-Willi Syndrome, and to give space for other parents and caregivers of children with special needs to tell their stories.  With this podcast I hope to bring people together in sharing, healing, and educating so we can offer support and understanding.  My hope is to expand our community, educate each other and those around us to the variety of needs our children have so their world can be a broader and safer place to reside.  

You can find the episodes here.

There is a companion FB group you can join, simply called Walking with Freya, where you can find parents from around the country whose children have a variety of complexities.  

I have also created a Patreon page for those who would like to help support what it is I am trying to create.  Twenty-five percent of the proceeds will go to the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research.  


Four days after starting the rhythmic movements Freya, who has issues with fine motor skills, walked into the room and asked me to look at her feet. She had tied her shoes perfectly though she had never tied them at all before.  That was the first of many achievements and developments I have witnessed with Freya as we implement this therapy. The more I learn about reflex integration and brain and sensory development, the more grateful I am that we have been introduced to a therapy that is so gentle, non-invasive, innate, and successful.  And these therapies are done at home when it works for us! I am a firm supporter of this program, the accessibility to parents and therapists, and hope you will take a moment to check it out for yourself! The testimonials speak volumes!  Click  HERE  to learn more!

Four days after starting the rhythmic movements Freya, who has issues with fine motor skills, walked into the room and asked me to look at her feet. She had tied her shoes perfectly though she had never tied them at all before.

That was the first of many achievements and developments I have witnessed with Freya as we implement this therapy. The more I learn about reflex integration and brain and sensory development, the more grateful I am that we have been introduced to a therapy that is so gentle, non-invasive, innate, and successful.

And these therapies are done at home when it works for us! I am a firm supporter of this program, the accessibility to parents and therapists, and hope you will take a moment to check it out for yourself! The testimonials speak volumes!

Click HERE to learn more!


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