Call Out: I’m Thankful For You This November

This November, I will honor the therapists, teachers, doctors, friends, children, spouses, therapy centers, and family members that make a difference in your family’s life.

This could range from the friend who sat with your child while you showered (for the first time in weeks!) to the doctor who finally listened to you. Or, the grandparent that took your other child to the park so they could get a break from their sibling’s disability to the therapist who puts in hour after hour teaching, modeling and praising your child. It really could be anyone in your village.

We have dozens in our life. And I can’t thank them enough. Let’s honor them this November and raise them up!

Please send your #ImThankfulForYou story to [email protected]. I will honor multiple people a day for the month of November. The deadline for submitting is November 20. This is not autism specific or location specific.

If your post is chosen it will be published on Finding Cooper’s Voice as well as shared on my Facebook page. Posts will be chosen at random but I do promise to try and publish as many as I can!

Please include the following:

  • Who are you honoring?
  • Why are you thankful for them?
  • A bit about your family
  • How has this person changed your life? Your child’s life? Your family’s life?
  • Include 3-5 photos (I need at least one horizontal image for the featured image)
  • A 2-3 sentence bio about yourself. Have a blog or a a business Facebook page? Share those links with me as well.

I'm Thankful for You This November

This November, I am honoring the therapists, teachers, doctors, friends, children, spouses, therapy centers, and family members that make a difference in your family’s life.This could range from the friend who sat with your child while you showered (for the first time in weeks!) to the doctor who finally listened to you. Or, the grandparent that took your other child to the park so they could get a break from their sibling’s disability to the therapist who puts in hour after hour teaching, modeling and praising your child. It really could be anyone in your village.We have dozens in our life. And I can’t thank them enough. Let’s honor them this November and raise them up!Please send your #ImThankfulForYou story to findingcoopersvoice@gmail.com. I will honor mutiple people a day for the month of November. The deadline for submitting is November 20. This is not autism specific or location specific.Please include the following:Who are you honoring?Why are you thankful for them?A bit about your family and your child. How has this person changed your life? Your child’s life? Your family’s life?Include 3-5 photos (I need at least one horizontal image for the featured image)A 2-3 sentence bio about yourself. Have a blog or a a business Facebook page? Share those links with me as well.If your post is chosen it will be published on Finding Cooper's Voice as well as shared on my Facebook page. Posts will be chosen at random but I do promise to try and publish as many as I can!

Posted by Finding Cooper's Voice on Tuesday, October 23, 2018

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  • Liz Warren

    November 2, 2018 at 4:34 pm
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    Kate, My name is Liz Warren and I am writing you because I am grateful for many things this November including what not will you […] Read MoreKate, My name is Liz Warren and I am writing you because I am grateful for many things this November including what not will you do my blood related family like my parents sister and additional family and friends like the folks I met following my eldest nephew Dylan being diagnosed with a RARE disease called Tay-Sachs. I was born ten weeks early back in 1981 so as a result I live with Cerebral Palsy and other underlining conditions but I don’t enjoy focusing on myself. I can be reached at [email protected] (Looking for your feedback please.) — Liz Read Less

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