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ROAR FOR AUTISM

As many of you know, my youngest daughter Reine was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in October 2014. As we are still attempting to navigate our way through this whole process, one place has been instrumental in Reine’s diagnosing and recommendations for which specialist we see next and what we need to look into or try as we learn to navigate into Reine’s world and help her to navigate into ours….Kennedy Krieger Institute. 480 more words

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ROAR FOR AUTISM

I received an email about a month ago for something that I knew I HAD to be a part of. What I was not expecting was the solidarity of my family towards my decision. 493 more words

Sunday, January 18, 2015

The first annual Kennedy Krieger Invitational Wheelchair Rugby Tournament is this weekend.

Also, Oregon Grille is participating in Baltimore County’s restaurant week. 18 more words

Morning Edition

Kennedy Krieger’s Festival Of Trees Benefits Children With Special Needs

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—The three-day Festival of Trees is about to get underway. It’s a major fundraiser benefiting the Kennedy Krieger Institute.

Jessica Kartalija has more on the event and how it benefits children. 315 more words

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New Program Helps "Wheelchair Athletes" Compete

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For years, the parents of a group of wheelchair athletes have been trying to give their kids the same opportunities they saw other kids getting. 289 more words

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Dropping in on Autism: One Family's Struggle with ASD & SPD

This post is very special to me. It’s about my best friend Paula and her two-year-old autistic daughter, Samantha. Complications with her insurance company have made it nearly impossible for Sam to get the treatment she needs. 3,239 more words

My Family

'Meeting' the Needs of a Community - From the Archive

This blog was originally posted on 3/28/13.

 I admit, I was very hopeful when I heard about the now famous meeting between the Ds advocates and the DOJ… 642 more words

From The Archives