When your child is seriously injured at school (Feat. Dennis Procopio) S4E17

Slight format change beginning today because I’m moving to a different server. My good friend Dennis Procopio is here today. Dennis is the founder of Man-UP! Life Coaching (MULC) and has been on the show a few times to talk about various topics. Dennis is also a special needs Dad and he’s here today to …

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Learning to be patient with myself

My brain has been working overtime lately and focusing more on the stressful things I have no control over, rather than all the things going right in my life. I’m working on living in the moment and not getting too caught up in the rest. As with many parts of my life, it’s a work …

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Can Language Delay Be Confused With Autism?

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Some of the hallmarks of ASD are speech and language delays, so it isn’t unusual to confuse these signs with autism even if they aren’t. Language and speech delay is not specific to autism since neurotypical kids commonly experience them, too. However, it is important to note that language delays associated with autism have some …

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The top 5 Things I’m super thankful for this year

I’m going to get a little more personal than usual (but not too personal) for a minute because it’s nearing that time on the calendar where I begin to reflect on all that has transpired this year and focus on what I’m thankful for. This year has been a whirlwind of so many unforgettable moments …

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Pursuing a Nursing Career After Being a Stay-at-Home Dad

You love your children dearly, but you have so much that you can do and offer to others that it would be a shame not to realize your full potential. You have a caring and nurturing side, and you also have a desire to help others. Nurturing your desire and passion for a career in …

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How to Make Your Home More Autism Friendly

Anyone who has children with autism knows how stressful and challenging it can be sometimes. You also know how rewarding it can be too. A child with autism can be far more sensitive than other children, and they need extra care and attention to avoid sensory overload. To ensure that they feel safe and secure …

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Career Advice for Carers

Whether the care you provide is for older people or specific care such as autism and other special and additional needs care, if you are a stay-at-home care provider, any career-specific advice will be essential for your career development.  Care work is one of the most difficult career options or sectors to navigate and has …

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