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40 Ways To Keep Wandering Children Safe

40 Ways To Keep Wandering Children Safe

*This post contains affiliate links. See my privacy policy here. 1. Holding hands The quickest and easiest way to keep wandering children safe is to keep a tight grip on your little one. If your child is anything like mine, hand holding is great but it's not enough....

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15 Sensory Tips And Tricks for Autism

15 Sensory Tips And Tricks for Autism

  *contained in this article are affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting this blog* I couldn't tell you how many hours my son has been in therapy. We started...

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14 Reasons Why I’m Grateful for Autism

14 Reasons Why I’m Grateful for Autism

  I didn't ask for autism to be a part of my mothering experience. I didn't want it. But I got it. It's taken me years of questioning and doubts. It's taken me some time to come to terms with the reality of raising an autistic child. I'm happy to say that I've gone...

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Our Journey to an Autism Diagnosis Part 2

Our Journey to an Autism Diagnosis Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of Our Journey to an Autism Diagnosis. If you missed Part 1 click here to catch up! On the day of his three-hour evaluation, there were two other moms in the waiting room with their boys. Levi, as usual, wouldn't sit still and had a couple outbursts...

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Nonverbal in the Face of Ignorance

Nonverbal in the Face of Ignorance

  We were already two minutes late to our appointment with the Housing Authority when we pulled in. It was shaping up to be a doozy of a Monday and it was barely 10 am. Before the appointment, Levi had managed to sneak into the ‘impossible-to-open closet’ and found...

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Our Journey to an Autism Diagnosis Part 1

Our Journey to an Autism Diagnosis Part 1

Autism is everywhere. It's estimated that 1 in 68 people have it. Wow. I had lived my life virtually untouched by any formalities of autism so when my son was diagnosed it opened my eyes in big ways. Levi, my sweet boy, was in a new daycare. I switched daycares...

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Hey, I'm Nicole

Hey, I'm Nicole

I'M A SINGLE MOM OF A LITTLE BOY WITH AUTISM. I SHARE WHAT I'VE LEARNED ABOUT RAISING A SPECIAL CHILD WITH TIPS FOR SELF CARE AND PERSONAL  DEVELOPMENT

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