About Our Family

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Hello we are the Murasko’s (Paul, Marla, Amanda & Jacob)

We are a fun, loving family of four! Grateful every day for having each other and the blessings that have been bestowed on us.

 

My husband and I have been married for over ten wonderful years.  We have definitely had our share of worries and struggles, but we as a family have come out on top and are so grateful for what we have – EACH OTHER!

We are your typical family we love to spend time together, love to travel, we love to dance, sing, play games, cook together, clean together and laugh together.

We have been very fortunate to have gone to many different places for family vacations.

About Marla Murasko - Special Needs Mommy Blogger, Advocate, Mompreneur, Author
I'm a proud Mom, Special Needs Mommy Blogger, passionate Health Activist, Parenting Mentor, Social media enthusiast, mompreneur & author. I am passionate about spreading awareness and acceptance for children with special needs, and to compel others to show compassion for their families who love them I advocate for other causes that are close to my heart. In this blog I give you a window into the beauty of Down Syndrome, celebrate my son's accomplishments and struggles, and share the joys of motherhood and our everyday lives as a typical family with a little something "extra". My son is truly my greatest gift. He has changed my life and has made me a better person. People like my son are making an impact on society one smile at a time!

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  1. says

    Hi there,

    Please excuse my direct approach.

    I’m the Development Officer at St. John’s School and College (www.st-johns.co.uk) a learning disability organisation and charity based in Seaford and Brighton.

    We support, care for and educate young people from all walks of life, aged 7-25, who have complex and severe learning disabilities and special needs. We currently support learners with autistic spectrum conditions, Downs Syndrome, Asperger’s Syndrome, severe communication difficulties and rare diagnoses.

    Essentially I wondered if your blog would be interested in helping to promote one of our upcoming projects, The Jumblies Project. We would of course help promote your blog too but it seemed like there is a good link up between our work.

    To give you some background, we are trying to raise money through Neighbourly, a sort of crowd funding website, to help our students put on an interactive, sensory performance of Edward Lear’s poem The Jumblies that will be performed at the Brighton Fringe Festival and Brighton Digital Festival in 2017.

    I can provide more details about what is involved, how it will benefit our learners, links etc. but we would love your help getting the crowd funding link out there and provide you with some interesting content.

    Link to page: https://www.neighbourly.com/project/57ff9770c7ac8806c4fdbbc5/feed

    Please let me know if this is on interest to you.

    Kind regards,

    Nick

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