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Springtime Safety Series Part 2: Water Safety

As we talked about in my last post, having a child with characteristics of autism presents a unique set of […]

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3 Tricks of the Trade for Surviving Trick or Treating

Imagine you are a human relatively new to the planet, Mars.  For fun, let’s say it’s just you and Matt […]

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Diagnosis Day, a Guest Post by Jill Sargent Sapp

Today, we are THRILLED to share with you a guest post written by the extremely gifted Jill Sapp, faithful mother to […]

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Surviving a Water Landing (aka, “crash”)

As you head into the busy pre-holiday weekend (or if you’re celebrating Hanukkah, you are right in the thick of […]

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Christmas Prep Part 2: Book Sharing

Christmas is just around the corner! Are you ready? Is it even possible to be truly ready?!? Probably not for […]

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Christmas Prep, Part 1: Making Your Christmas Book

Welcome back!  As we discussed last week, preparation is the key to success in helping your young child (with or […]

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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly! Fa la la la la la la la NAH!!!!!

  Ah, the holidays…so full of joy and cheer…OR NOT! At least, not always if you are a parent of […]

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Medical Necessities Part 2: Teaching the Word, “Hurt”

As I said in my last blog post, “hurt” is an impossible thing to see, which makes it very difficult […]

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When our Kids are Sick

 Medical Necessities Part 1 My kids started getting sick on the day of our Easter debacle, and it went on […]

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Happy Mother’s Day to the Autism Warrior Mamas

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With another celebration upon us, I think it appropriate to stop for a moment just to chat, momheart-to-momheart. Between you […]

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