Sensitivity is the key to ministering to “invisibly challenged” children

From Pravmir.com, June 23rd, 2011. Access the article here:

Dealing with the Less than Obvious:  Sensitivity key to ministering to “invisibly challenged” children

by Wendy Cwiklinski

Wendy Cwiklinski and her husband, Chaplain Jerome Cwiklinski, are the parents of five children, four of whom have been diagnosed with mood disorders and/or autism. She works with parents with children with brain disorders. She holds a diploma in religious education from St. Vladimir’s Seminary and is an MA candidate at Fordham University.

Source: The Orthodox Church, Volume 41, 2005

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