Deprecated: Creation of dynamic property wtfplugin_1_0::$package_slug is deprecated in /home/thevir17/public_html/hopeinautism.com/wp-content/plugins/divi-booster/core/wtfplugin_1_0.class.php on line 23

Deprecated: Creation of dynamic property Fullworks_Anti_Spam\Control\Core::$freemius is deprecated in /home/thevir17/public_html/hopeinautism.com/wp-content/plugins/fullworks-anti-spam/control/class-core.php on line 64

Deprecated: Optional parameter $post_types declared before required parameter $location is implicitly treated as a required parameter in /home/thevir17/public_html/hopeinautism.com/wp-content/plugins/monarch/monarch.php on line 3783

Deprecated: Optional parameter $content declared before required parameter $function_name is implicitly treated as a required parameter in /home/thevir17/public_html/hopeinautism.com/wp-content/plugins/divi-paypal-master/includes/modules/PaypalButton/PaypalButton.php on line 428

Deprecated: Creation of dynamic property ET_Builder_Module_Paypal_Button::$fields_defaults is deprecated in /home/thevir17/public_html/hopeinautism.com/wp-content/themes/Divi/includes/builder/class-et-builder-element.php on line 1403
Interview with Sandra Peoples: Self-Care for Special Needs Parents - Hope in Autism

Deprecated: Creation of dynamic property ET_Builder_Module_Comments::$et_pb_unique_comments_module_class is deprecated in /home/thevir17/public_html/hopeinautism.com/wp-content/themes/Divi/includes/builder/class-et-builder-element.php on line 1403

Interview with Sandra Peoples: Self-Care for Special Needs Parents

Sarah Broady
June 18, 2024

Episode 18

Interview with Sandra Peoples: Self-Care for Special Needs Parents

by | May 2, 2023

Sarah and Sarah discuss what self-care looks like for special needs parents, specifically moms, and how those who love them can support them.
(Hint: it’s not about naps
and bubble baths!)

Stick around at the end for a fun conversation about comma placement and parentheses grammar.

 

Sandra Peoples Interview

by Sarah Broady | Self-Care for Special Needs Parents

Sandra Peoples Interview, E18

by Sarah Broady | Self-Care fo Special Needs Parents

Hosts & Guests

Sarah Broady

Sandra Peoples

Credits

Producer & Editor: Sarah Broady

Music: Benjamin Broady

Logo Design: Tammy Lanham

About Sandra Peoples

Sandra Peoples (M. Div, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is one of the leading voices in the special-needs community. She is the author of three books, including her most recent release, Unexpected Blessings: The Joys and Possibilities of Life in a Special-Needs Family. Sandra is currently a PhD student at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in the area of family ministry with an emphasis on inclusion for special needs families.

Sandra serves the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention as their special-needs ministry consultant, helping churches around the state start and strengthen their disability ministries. She also teaches a disability ministry cohort through Gospel Centered Family. Sandra is a monthly cohost for Key Ministry: The Podcast, where she will share her perspective on family aspects of disability ministry and inclusion. She and her friend Tiffany Crow also host All Access, a yearly conference held in February in the Houston area for ministry leaders and volunteers.

A Special Note About Syble Wood

Our family would like to share the heartbreaking news that Syble Dean Wood of Pearland, TX passed away on July 24, 2022 due to undiagnosed gallbladder cancer at age 44. She is survived by her parents, Carl and Thresia Wood who have been her lifelong caregivers. She is also survived by her sister Sandra Peoples, brother-in-law Lee, and nephews David and James and her sister Sarah Bolstead, brother-in-law Jason, and nieces Jayme and Carly. Her loss is also mourned by her aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends.
Syble was born on December 27th, 1977 in Duncan, Oklahoma. As she was growing up, she was supported by many teachers, therapists, and friends through the Duncan school system and at First Baptist Church, Duncan. In 1997 she moved with her parents to Pearland, TX where she returned to high school, making new friends there and through her involvement at First United Methodist Church, Pearland. As an adult, she worked numerous jobs and enjoyed volunteering at Christian Helping Hands food pantry in Pearland. Her life was a gift to everyone who knew her, especially her family members who loved her and looked forward to receiving birthday cards from her each year.

Stay Connected to Get The Latest Podcast Alerts

Meet Sarah

Sarah is a wife and mother to three sons, one of whom has autism. She is a writer, speaker, and producer and host of A Special Hope Podcast.

Podcast

Listen Now

Discovering special hope in the stories of those living with special needs, those who strive to minister to special needs families, and the God who is making all things new. Available here, or anywhere you podcast.


If you are enjoying this site and the podcast, please consider a donation of any size to contribute to the costs associated with running a website and a podcast. Any and all gifts are greatly appreciated!

How Movies Helped Me as an Autistic Person

This guest post is by Samuel Broady, a young man who was diagnosed with autism at 2 and plans to attend Columbia College Chicago. Samuel is applying for the Spring 2023 Making a Difference Autism Scholarship via the nonprofit KFM Making a Difference.

Check out Sandra’s latest release,
Unexpected Blessings:

More From This Category

0 Comments

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This