Jody Swarbrick is an advocate for special children and the single adoptive parent of thirty children who have a variety of special needs.
Jody has been actively involved in the area of special children for over twenty-five years, as a parent, as well as working with the school system and Human Services. Jody was recognized by the State Education System as an Advocate for Special Education. She is the recipient of the Governor's Award for Volunteerism.
Jody is currently a student with a double major in Psychology and Human Services. Jody's ongoing focus remains on children with special needs.
From Jody Swarbrick:
"Empowerment and support are my primary goals for our Community. We will discuss a variety of topics including emotions, resources, specific disabilities, and educational needs. I look forward to meeting you and your very special families."
From Other Sources:
Meet My Family The proud Mama shares her 30 shining stars.
When the Going Gets Tough Adopting a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder.
Special Children, Special Families Jody Swarbrick offers a rave book review.