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Today on Your Call: How are moms organizing to help their kids with special needs?
On today's Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with the founders of Thinking Mom’s Revolution. Their new book tells the story of 23 moms and one dad from Montana to Malaysia who are fighting to reverse the effect of autism and other disorders. How are parent organizing? How can parents best research their children’s conditions? What have they learned along the way? If you have a child with a special need, what’s your experience been like? It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.
Alison MacNeil, co-founder and author of The Thinking Moms’ Revolution
Megan Davenhall, co-founder and author of The Thinking Moms' Revolution
The Thinking Moms' Revolution: Taking Back Power in Healing Our Kids: Tuesday, June 11th at the CommonWealth Club in San Francisco