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Autism and adaptability

It’s not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that sruvives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.

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Autism

Stories I tell

“Once upon a time . . .”

I like to think that I can tell a story. I usually write short stories, memoir, blog posts and poetry, however, the majority of stories I tell are verbal.

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Autism

November 22nd, 2014

Not a lot has changed since I’ve last made a post on here. We’re still stuck in our same daily routine for now. Aubrey’s progressing slowly but she’s getting there! 397 more words

Parenting

#Cerebral Palsy and #Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy #HBOT o2xy-wellness.com

   Why consider Hyperbaric Oxygen for your Child with CP?

Hyperbaric oxygen is a safe, effective treatment that has been used for almost 200 years to effectively treat a number of conditions which have failed to respond to “traditional” medicine. 262 more words

Alberta

Let Us All Gather at the Table. How?

Sorry to be posting so much about food lately. Recipes. GAPS. Quinoa. Goldfish. Goldfish. Food and diet are what people ask me about the most. 656 more words

ASD

Milestones: It's Not the Destination, It's the Journey

Transitions have always been challenging.

Over the years, we’ve worked through bedtimes and birthdays, staff changes and new schools. Any change in routine, however minor, can cause a major disruption. 516 more words

ASD

The Truth Hurts.

I have had several students whose problem is being honest. The problem itself isn’t honesty, it’s the degree, timing and audience of that honesty that gets them into trouble. 563 more words

Social Thinking