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I’m attending the @SpringbrookBHS National Converge #Autism Summit on April 28th and 29th

I’ve been talking about a few of the projects I’m working on or involved with but I’ve been holding off talking about this one in particular, until the time was right. Well, the time has arrived and I’m really excited to share this information with all of you. I’ve been invited to the National Converge …

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Listening to Autistic Adults (feat. Dennis Procopio) pt1 S5E7

My guest today is Dennis Procopio. Dennis is a life couch for men and an autism Dad. He’s been on the show a few times and he’s here today to talk about Dad stuff and share some autism parenting stories. This is a great conversation and ends up going to a place I hadn’t seen …

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Autism Dad and Author of “Not Sleeping” (feat. Alan Winnikoff) S4E9

My guest today is Alan Winnikoff. Alan is not only an autism Dad but also the author of the new book called “Not Sleeping”. Learn about Alan’s journey while parenting 2 autistic kids, as well as the inspiration behind his book.

Thank you Wishes Can Happen and the @AkronZoo for an amazing day

I wanted to take a minute and thank Wishes Can Happen and the Akron Zoo for a fantastic day. Wishes Can Happen sponsored today’s trip for us and many other previous wish families. We got to visit the local zoo, meet other families who have been touched by Wishes Can Happen and have an amazing lunch. We all …

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#Autism 101: Understanding Meltdows

Do you know the difference between an Autism related Meltdown and a tantrum? If you said no, you’re probably not alone. Meltdowns are easily one of the most misunderstood facets of Autism and I’m going to help you better understand. When you’re done, please help me share it so I can continue educating the public …

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Sweet picture from our July 5th adventures

I know these are a couple of days late but I wanted to share them anyway. On July 5th, one of my focuses was wearing my kids out, by keeping them busy all day long. It was dark from a perfect day but while Lizze was in class, I took the boys to the indoor …

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Father’s Day is more than just ties and cookouts

First of all, Happy Father’s Day to all the Dad’s out there, pulling their weight and actively involved in their kids lives. I also want to say Happy Father’s Day to all the single Mom’s out there pulling double duty and filling the role of both parents. I have nothing but respect and admiration for you. 🙂 …

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No super annoying YouTube shows

So we are hanging out at our parent’s house, chillin’ with their dog, and bogarting their internet for a little while. 🙂 It hadn’t occurred to me until now but there is a huge upside to not having the internet at our house. No internet means no super annoying YouTube show’s, played at high volume …

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