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Do you know your RX and DME?

When you have autistic children you need a wide variety of services but you also need actual medical equipment sometimes as well. Considering this is my line of work I am disappointed with myself that I have not written a full post about it. 1,682 more words


Mother's Day: Why I Sometimes Want To Ignore It

Mother’s Day is supposed to be a day honoring mom’s or those who are a mother figure to you.

Since becoming a mom myself mother’s day is becoming the only holiday that I sometimes want to ignore. 400 more words

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Change Is In The Air

As many of you have noticed I have recently changed my philosophy when it comes to autism so I wanted to explain why that is, so you have a better understanding of the situation. 1,614 more words


Struggling Through The Autism World

Now that I am done writing about things that I have read about lately it is time to write about issues that are close to home. 2,307 more words


It's Not Always Sunny In California

Today I am going to skip what I was originally going to write about and write something else because of a situation that I read about. 2,153 more words


This One Time At Bike Camp

This post is to both congratulate my son Z and to also give a shout out to a great organization that helps disabled children learn how to ride a bike. 2,024 more words


Inclusion or Non-Inclusion

Deciding whether or not to have your autistic child in an inclusion classroom is a common choice parents have to make and sometimes it is not easy for some an d they struggle with it. 1,494 more words