Meal prepping is the act of preparing meals ahead of time and packaging them separately for each day of the week. This is a great way to simplify your eating schedule and free up time while practicing better eating habits. If you are trying to stick to a strict diet, meal prepping takes the stress… Continue reading How to Meal Prep for the Week
Working remotely is ideal for parents with small children. You can be present for your child’s needs and pay attention to their daily development while earning a living at home. As ideal as it sounds, the balancing act that this requires can be exhausting. Parents of Children With All Special Needs (POCWASN) helps support parents… Continue reading Surviving Remote Work with Babies and Toddlers
No matter what your yearly income looks like, it's always a good idea to try to save money where you can. There could come a day when you need to replace an appliance, or you might want to take a family vacation with loved ones. If you prepare for a "rainy day," you less likely… Continue reading 10 Tips for Saving Money
In honor of National Autism Month, we wanted to share with you some excellent resources to help you. Parenting a child with autism during ‘regular’ times takes a lot of resources, but with everything going on in the world today, it’s even more imperative that you have the resources for you and your child to… Continue reading National Autism Month
Trick-or- treat! The holiday season is upon us and that starts with Halloween! For parents with children on the spectrum the idea of dressing their child up and going out trick-or-treating may feel a bit stressful. That is okay, because we are here to put your worries at ease and help you and your child… Continue reading 5 Halloween Tips for Children on the Spectrum
"Emotional health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. ... It means you are aware of your emotions. You can deal with them, whether they are positive or negative. Emotionally healthy people still feel stress, anger, and sadness." - Family Doctor . org Life certainly… Continue reading Self-Care for Emotional Healing
Looking for some new fun activities to do with your kids? Look no further. We would like to share with you 50 great ideas that encourage self-care and precious moments to enjoy with your children. For information on the many self-care services provided through POCWASN, please visit www.POCWASN.org or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you may know, it's important to have strong family connections as we all grow and evolve through life. Sometimes we get so caught up in our own little world that we forget to drop what we are doing and do something that will help us bond better as a family. Here are several great… Continue reading Self-Care Ideas for Families
We took some time to interview a few of our new POCWASN Moms to find out how they are enjoying our self-care services. If you would like to apply to services at POCWASN, please take a moment to fill out the form below and an administrator will be in touch with you shortly after. Meet… Continue reading Welcoming Our New Moms at POCWASN
“Every caregiver deserves self-care.” –Syrenthia Farris, CEO, and Founder of POCWASN Parents of Children with All Special Needs is a Non-Profit Organization-501(c)3 (www.pocwasn.org) who provides self-care services to help rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul of the families and caregivers who care for people with all special needs. POCWASN is focused on helping improve the… Continue reading Who is POCWASN?