38 episodes

This show tells the stories of the children and their parents who find themselves in that one in a thousand, or one in ten thousand, or even one in a million position of having a child with special needs and how they come to cope. Finding those odds apply to you and your child can be one of the most isolating and terrifying experiences of your life. But then sometimes it can also feel like winning the lottery.

The One in a Million Baby Tessa Prebble

    • Kids & Family
    • 5.0, 25 Ratings

This show tells the stories of the children and their parents who find themselves in that one in a thousand, or one in ten thousand, or even one in a million position of having a child with special needs and how they come to cope. Finding those odds apply to you and your child can be one of the most isolating and terrifying experiences of your life. But then sometimes it can also feel like winning the lottery.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings
25 Ratings
Trenches418 ,

Eye-Opening

As the parent of twins who have typical needs, this podcast has offered at least a small insight into the world of parents who have children with special needs.

Before having children I admittedly wondered how parents could reach so far to care for children who have disabilities, but these stories now resonate. While I can't fully understand what the parents on the podcast have gone through, their stories are beautiful and emotional, and at times I cried along with them.

JenJeraci ,

Honest and connecting

Guests share authentic stories of discovering unexpected information about the heath of a child. Often parents become more compassionate human beings at the end of it all. Though, sometimes children are never "cured" or done with therapy or treatment. These honest stories may help listeners cope with the sadness of a rare diagnoses, the stress of endless specialists and paperwork, and the loneliness associated with being a parent of a child with special needs. Really look forward to more episodes.

TeamDMrs ,

So much courage

This podcast is really honest and beautiful and courageous as hell. I'd suggest giving it a listen.

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