September 2023 Issue

Are You a Parent of an Extraordinary Child With Unique Abilities and Needs? We Understand That Your Journey Might Come with Its Own Set of Challenges, but You’re Not Alone.

This month we have our Special Needs Guide, where we’re dedicated to providing you with the tools, knowledge, and support you need to ensure a brighter future for your child. Also, enjoy our usual exciting family content and inspiring local interviews in this month’s issue!


From the Publisher – September 2023

I have absolutely loved seeing all of the first day of school photos posted on social media recently, especially of the little ones. You can tell they are so proud […]


Navigating Sickness With Your Child

In the last year, my husband and I have been forced to join a club that no one would ever choose. Our daughter has become seriously ill. We want to […]


Parents, Let’s Help Our Teachers!

School is back in session. By now, we have a few weeks under our belt, and everyone is rocking along in a new school year. Here at the Bush house, […]

Student & School Spotlights - Sep23 Pike Road RRP

September 2023 Student Spotlights

Every month we compile a list of students and schools doing great things across our community.  We have so many talented students in our area.  Greater Pensacola Parents joins with [...]
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Different Personality Types Can Be a Good Thing

My husband is an entrepreneur. He has a very hard driving, energetic personality and way of doing things, while I’m more laid back and soft spoken. How can I support […]


How to Keep Your Relationship Strong While Parenting a Child with Special Needs

So, the kids are all right, but how’s your marriage doing?“I’ve had parents of kids with autism in my practice assume their marriage will fail,” says Laura Marshak,a registered psychologist […]


Ask the Advocate: The Difference Between IEP and Section 504 Plans

This is a question that I am asked frequently. While there are similarities between a Section 504 Plan and an IEP, each has different provisions. For students with disabilities,two federal […]


5 Steps to a Successful School Year for Your Special Needs Child

If your child with special needs has an IEP (Individualized Education Program) then you arealready familiar with how much energy goes into caring for your child medically and educationally. Summer […]


Should I Cash in 401(k) to Pay Off Mortgage?

Should I cash in my 401(k) to pay off my car? I have just enough in the account to pay off the car and free up money in my budget. […]


Protecting Teen Drivers

From the time they are infants, we take the necessary precautions to protect our kids, but how can we keep them safe once they start driving? Role model According to […]

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