An Autism Mama’s Tears – why some actually taste sweet!

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An Autism Mama’s tears can be translated to a thousand languages. If you’d asked me, I probably would have said that I wouldn’t cry. I’m not normally a crier. I have friends who cry for everything, happy, sad, surprised or Read More …

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Summer Camp For Your Child With Autism

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It’s that time of year when other parents and their kids are getting excited, making plans for the Summer and with that, camps. Parents are exchanging phone numbers and trying to figure out their respective families’ calendars so that they Read More …

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Master the Holidays- Special Needs Family Tips.

  The holidays are all about traditions. They are the umbilical cord linking us to past and future generations.They are a safety blanket providing comfort and familiarity to the celebrations. Each one holds a special place in our hearts and Read More …

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Autism and hospital visits, how to prepare for success

It’s never fun, especially when it is an emergency and you haven’t had time to prepare.  I recently had to spend a few nights in the emergency department with my son. The first night was out of town, in a Read More …

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Parenting a Child With Special Needs is like Going on Safari

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  It’s not that obvious at first, but parenting a child with special needs really is like going on Safari. I just returned from an amazing trip around three countries in Southern Africa; South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe. While in Read More …

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