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Orli, Just Breathe

Sunday Bus Surprise

from Orli, Just Breathe

Twitter: @orli_hidai

You either laugh or you cry. Laughing's better. A blog about life, parenting, OA and special needs children.


Rosiness by Rosy and Bo

A chase through the corridors of power…

from Rosiness by Rosy and Bo

The everyday experiences and extraordinary encounters of being mother to a special needs child. Inspirational, informational and occasionally irreverent.


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Onesie Wednesday for National Autistic Society

from noprizesfornormal

Books, kids, politics, feminism, Aspergers


Child & Adolescent Mental Wellbeing

Self Harm

from Child & Adolescent Mental Wellbeing

Raising awareness of child and adolescent mental health. Offering advice, support and chat to those affected.


Write, Work, Care... Collapse

Charity Begins at Home

from Write, Work, Care... Collapse. One Woman's Attempt to do Everything

This blog is about the daily difficulties involved in being a mum to a disabled child, having a career and coping with difficulties in life.


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Expectations

from Squarepeg parenting

Parenting a gifted child with high functioning autism.


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For my daughter,

from Thoughts From The Kitchen Sink

Twitter: @JoDC77

This blog is written by a mum of six children and carer of two with disabilities. She blogs about the family allotment, setting up a charity and battling the bulge that is her ever-expanding waistlin...


Developing Sophia

New 0 – 36

from Developing Sophia

A blog detailing the highs, the lows and the hard-work involved in bringing a profoundly disabled child to life.


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Silent Sunday 25th May 2014

from An Exeter Mum

Twitter: @anextermum

All things local with a bit of craft thrown in. Mum to a boy who is deaf with Charge Syndrome, this blogger also draws on her experience in raising a child with special needs.


autismum

Drowning Doesn't Look Dramatic

from Autismum

Frank and honest blog about life with a severely autistic child that doesn't shy away from debate by a nerdy mammy.