Reactive Attachment Disorder Support and Resources

We are the parents of two children adopted through foster care who have been diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). Both children came to us as infants at about six months of age already having suffered hardships that caused the traggic disorder.  Each was diagnosed by age three.

This page contains:
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder Support and Resources
  • Personal Stories
  • Real Life Travel Experiences and Resources
  • Book & Movie Reviews


A Safety Plan for Mental Health 10 Ways to Help Family with Special Needs Children Charting the ABCs of Behavioral Analysis What You Don't Know President Trump Must Have Fidget Toys 4 Steps to Managing Aggressive Behaviors One Sure Way to Help Your Child Work Through Emotions Free Christmas Visual Schedule for Kids Trick-or-treating social story Incident Questionnaires for Parents Gift Ideas for Aggressive Kids Who Rage Fun Ways to Teach Children About Emotions When Nightmares Become Reality Witches and Wizards Halloween Party Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Princesses Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Baby Dolls Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Star Wars Anxiety Kit for Kids Who Love Animals 5 Lessons to Teach Kids About Balancing Emotions Am I Going Crazy? Day to Day Life Parenting A Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder A Birth Mother's Love The Realities of Reactive Attachment Disorder and Mental Health Therapy When food is your child's enemy A Visit to Legoland with Special Needs Diagnosis Day Sensory Resources for Children Who Need to Chew I Think There's Something Wrong with My Child From the Mother of a Bully RAD:  Trust and Parenting Sensory Oriented Anxiety Kits for Children Movie Review:  The Boarder Walt Disney World Vacation Day 1 Walt Disney World Vacation Day 2 Walt Disney World Day 3 Walt Disney World Vacation  Day 4 Walt Disney World Day 5 Walt Disney World Day 6 Walt Disney World Vacation Day 7 It's Personal:  Documentation Flying with special needs kidsAirport Preparation Unit Airplane Unit RAD:  Behaviors and Consequences Sunshine and Reactive Attachment DisorderHow Do I Handle My Child's Defiant Behaviors? What Does Normal Look Like? Childhood Trauma and Mother's Day It's Personal:  Burn Out Preparing for an appointment with a developmental pediatricianTo Princess:  The Day I Became Your Mother To Sunshine: The Day I Became YOur Mother To the Grandparents of Special Needs Children The Choice to Medicate Your Special Needs Child Book Review:  Beyond ConsequencesDecision to Homeschool

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