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New Year, Same Evan

2019 has been pretty good to us so far. We have deepened new friendships, rekindled old ones, and spent lots of time snuggling our sweet boy. 3,047 more words


Preparing for the Future When Your Child Has Autism

Most capable adults take their ability to plan for the future for granted. When we are younger, we can dream and aspire to be what we want. 53 more words

R.B.Bailey Jr

SEND: An education for life beyond school

SEN: An education for life beyond school

It was my first PGCE placement, a large comprehensive school in a coastal town. The time had come to meet the class for the first time. 921 more words


#AdvoCon2019 Workshop: Meaningful Inclusion of Student Voice: A Teacher's Learning

Annie spoke last year at our first Struck By Inclusion event, rounding out the evening in meaningful fashion.  We hope you will be able to make it to see her speak at Advocacy: Equitable Access to Education, our 4th annual conference held March 29th and 30th at the Civic Hotel in Surrey, BC. 218 more words

An Open Letter to Those That Walked Out of Our Lives After My Daughter’s Diagnosis

Dear Friends,

Well, I say friends but that’s no longer the case is it? There are still times I think about what used to be, all the amazing times we had and the memories that we made. 979 more words



Wednesday 20th February

Pain in my soul

Hurt in my eyes

Ache in my heart

Tormented sighs

Wearing a mask

Perfect disguise

You cannot see… 34 more words



Everyone has been very kind and helpful at the NICU. They have been informative, and good at answering questions.

In the past we have not been good at asking questions, or knowing the right questions,or being comfortable with the lingo to know what or how to ask. 61 more words

Crazy Life