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Ten things I didn't know until I had a child in a wheelchair

from Gingerbread and Sunshine

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


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Lord Freud minimum wage or top up state

from Really Useful Stuff

Really Useful Stuff


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Five signs your child may have Autism

from Beyond the Spectrum

Twitter: @lucdoll10

A blog focusing on parenting, special needs, education,health,living with Autism, and the writing process


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Two down, one to go…

from Future of Down's

A blog co-written by a couple of families who write about raising a child with Down's syndrome...


autinarymum

Can We Ever Let Go?

from Adventures of an AUTYnary Mum

Mum of 'Bob' and 'Lil', Advocate, Chauffeur, Mediator and all round good egg. Our 'Bob' has high functioning autism/ADHD follow our adventures and his transition into adulthood.


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Half way up.

from Mama Deano Musings

Musing, thinking and writing - about family life and daily goings on, about the greater mysteries of God, politics and injustice, and on occasion about what it's like to have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.


A World of Spinning

Not what we had planned.

from A World Of Spinning: Our Autism Journey

The journey of Mummy and one gorgeous toddler called River, diagnosed on the autistic spectrum when he was 23 months.


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Let it Go! Here comes kindergarten!

from Kelsi's Corner

A place to ask questions and gain insight without judgment, on what it's like to have a child with Down's Syndrome. Kelsi's Corner is a testament of the transformation from despair to life and hope.


lesawalton

Be Nice People

from Lesa Walton MD Brookdale Care

Twitter: @LesaWaltonBC

Managing Director of Brookdale Care, supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs. Also mother, registered nurse and wine connoisseur.


crew cut and newt

Net nanny turns the tables

from Crewcut and Newt

Twitter: @hill_wheeler

Before her son, this mother subscribed to the school of nurture, not nature. Experience has changed her mind. She asks: Whatever happened to boy power?