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Undiagnosed is...

from Orange This Way

Twitter: @missmaviscruet

Bringing up our little boy with a syndrome without a name 'SWAN', by the sea, with love. And raising awareness for SWAN UK.


chaosinkent

A day in the life

from Chaos in Kent

Twitter: @theasplands

The trials, tribulations and triumphs of life in the chaotic world of Special Educational Needs in Kent.


The World of Neil

Returning to healthy eating.

from The World of Neil

Twitter: @neiley83

I talk about the ups and downs of bringing up two boys on the autistic spectrum, mixed with musings on politics and popular culture.


dinkyandme

The next battle found me!

from Dinky and Me

Twitter: @mum2dinky

My blog is about 5 year old Dinky and myself. I blog about the day to day living with Dinky and the diagnostic process which she is going through for PDA.


7yearstodiagnosis

Easter biscuits and Simnel Cake

from 7yearstodiagnosis

Our battle to get a diagnosis for our chronically ill son & learning how to support as he grows up with food allergies and a rare condition


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Still at the Fair: Undiagnosed Children's Day 2014

from Gingerbread and Sunshine

A blog about life raising a funny & happy young boy with an undiagnosed genetic condition


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Things to ban to make driving safer

from Looking for Blue Sky

Twitter: @c_oreilly

Life with one fab teen, one gorgeous girl with cerebral palsy and one amazing boy with aspergers.


Beyond the Masquerade

The Nuclear Bomb

from Beyond the Masquerade

Twitter: @Jsmasquerade

The girl behind the mask and the world through her eyes! Photography, Dreams, Poetry, Autism and Special Needs etc.


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Straw in our Wellies!

from Learning at Home

A blog about an autistic child, his mum and family learning together in the security of home


Same difference

Baroness Jane Campbell Tells Channel 4 News About SMA

from Same Difference

Twitter: @samedifference1

A blog written by a physically disabled 20-something female on disability issues big and small. News, views and information for disabled people, parents and carers.