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Creating a #Sensory Bedroom

This is a collaborative post and doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of this blog or its author. Photo Credit Whether your child is on the autism spectrum or not, their bedroom is essential. It’s their safe space to grow and learn. An area that is just theirs, where they are free to explore their creativity …

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Looking After an Elderly Relative Who Has #Autism

This is a collaborative post and doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of this blog or its author. There is plenty of good, sound and helpful advice to be found on this blog regarding being a parent of a child that has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, but now it’s time to look at the …

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Seven Infant Care Challenges You Are Probably Not Prepared For

This is a collaborative post When you are expecting a baby, you try to be prepared for everything. You stock up on baby lotion, powder, and get all the accessories, including the bath, baby mobile, crib, and car seat. However, there are some common skin conditions, allergies, and health issues your baby is likely to …

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Grocery shopping with my dudes and learning life skills

I meant to share this the other day but like many other things in my life, it’s fallen through the cracks. The other say, I took the boys to the grocery store, along with our recycled bags. I picked them up after school and went straight to Giant Eagle. Taking kids with Autism anywhere can prove …

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Wishes Can Happen: Pictures from Universal Studios (Day 4)

We had a pretty awesome day, and spent a large part of it at Universal Studios. We were very realistic about the kids limitations and rather than trying to create in as much as we could, we instead focused on what everyone wanted most. Our priority was everything Harry Potter and we managed to do …

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The life of an #Autism Dad is many things but dull isn’t one of them

There’s never a dull moment