Most children’s ministry volunteers have a very defined idea of disability—typically, a visible limitation or unique need. But many disabilities go unrecognized because they present with subtle, unique, complex differences not often associated with disability: behavior outbursts, poor impulse control, language delays, memory deficits, learning differences, and more. Kids displaying these are likely not thriving in your children’s ministry. They are present, but are they growing spiritually? Do they have friends? Those two essential components of discipleship are important for every child, including ones with diagnosed disabilities and undiagnosed differences. In this webinar, you will learn how to identify unique needs, how to determine supports needed for the child, and how to have winsome conversation with parents.