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Review: How @BedJetSleep is changing the way I sleep

BEDJET delivers bedtime climate control in a very unique way, that keeps you comfortable throughout the night, regardless of you or your partner’s temperature preferences

Review: The Dodow helps me naturally fall asleep faster (@MyDodow)

Sleep is so incredibly important, especially in the case of Autism or Special Needs parents. Quality sleep is a huge part of self-care and something I’ve struggled with for a long time.

Review: Jaybird Run XT, Truly Wireless Earbuds by @jaybirdsport

Before we get started, I want to thank Jaybird/Logitech for sponsoring this review and in doing so, helping to support my Autism Awareness efforts. All opinions contained herein are my own. As a veteran Autism and Special Needs parent of nearly twenty years, I’m a huge proponent of self-care. I have made the conscious decision …

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ETY-Kids 5 Safe-Listening In-Ear Headphones by @WorldWideStereo (Review)

This brief review is a bit overdue as a result of a WordPress related glitch last week. I wanted to get this out there for parents who are worried about their kids damaging their hearing as a result of using headphones and listening at dangerously high volume levels. My Son Elliott has been using the …

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Review: Quell 2.0 (@Quellrelief) may have just changed my life

The good people at Quell provided me with a free Quell 2.0 in exchange for honest feedback. All opinions and experiences are my own. Many of you are aware that I’ve been living in chronic pain since August of 2001. I was firefighter finishing up paramedic school and I got hurt on a call. I …

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Review: Vibes high-fidelity earplugs are great for people with #Autism and #SPD

Vibes are tiny, high-fidelity earplugs. They are designed to help protect your ears in loud environments and are perfect for people with #Autism and/or #SPD.

Review: The NEW Link View Smart Display by @JBLaudio takes Google Home to the next level

Straightforward and intuitive, the Link View is something that can benefit any family. The benefits are numerous and range from filling a room with music to helping kids with their homework.

Mightier Reduces Meltdowns (Mightier Review)

Mightier is such a cool program. It helps Reduce #Meltdowns in Kids with #Autism. Your kid plays video games and learns to self-regulate. My kids love it and it works. Read our story and check it out for yourself. (REVIEW) **FREE TRIAL**

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