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Top Four Tips for Dealing with Medical Malpractice in Children’s Health Issues

For parents, their child’s health is their number one priority. So,when your child gets sick or injured, and you take them to a medical center, you expect them to be looked after with the highest level of care. Unfortunately, in some instances, medical malpractice can occur. Whether it’s from a lack of expertise, training, or …

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Making A Home Your Own: How To Make A New House Feel Like Home

It can be very exciting when you move into a new home, but once the boxes are unpacked and the kettle is up and running,you can find yourself in a strange new world. It is understandable to feel like you are walking in someone else’s shoes, or invading someone else’s space. A traveller in a …

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Creating a Personal and Intimate Memorial – A Guide to Holding a Memorial Service at Home

Holding a memorial service at home provides a unique opportunity to create a personal and intimate gathering to honour the life and memory of a loved one. It allows you to create a warm and comforting environment where family and friends can come together to share stories, memories, and support.  Here, we will explore some …

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Gavin hit a major milestone

We’ve hit a major milestone in Gavin’s transition into his adult life. It’s been a journey that has taken us down countless winding roads and back again but he has found his path for now. For those who are new here, Gavin is my 23 year old, autistic son. He’s had a very rough life …

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Tips for Helping Your Neurodivergent Child Prepare for a New Home

I’m trying to write more often and because I’m struggling with it a bit, I’m taking requests on topics. A very common topic seems to be helping your autistic or neurodivergent child prepare for a major life change, like moving. I hope this helps. 🙂 Moving to a new house is a big deal for …

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Does Leukemia in Adulthood Differ From Childhood?

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Leukemia, a kind of cancer that attacks the bone marrow and blood, is something that both adults and children can develop. However, there are differences between leukemia in adulthood and leukemia in childhood, and knowing the differences could help you if you or a family member have this disease. The more you know, the more …

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A Solo Journey: Nurturing Autism and a Home

As the solo parent of three incredible autistic children, life has been a roller-coaster ride filled with victories, frustrations, struggles, joys, and lots of survival mode. In between navigating meltdowns, school systems, therapy sessions, and simply managing the ebb and flow of everyday life, which can be challenging enough, as many of you know. In …

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Tips for Single Fathers: Navigating Co-Parenting with a Challenging Ex-Partner

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Co-parenting can be challenging even when two well-adjusted, respectful adults share the same parenting goals. When one parent exhibits certain traits or behaviors, navigating the co-parenting dynamic becomes even more daunting. These challenges are particularly evident when dealing with a parent who demonstrates self-centered tendencies. Such individuals can cause significant psychological distress to both their …

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