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Eli's World

Beautiful – Part 3

from Eli's World

Twitter: @brooksk1967

This family's journey with our Eli, who is challenged by PDD-NOS (an autism spectrum disorder), ADHD, Tourette Syndrome and Anxiety.


Meriannen

By: Jenni

from Meriannen

Twitter: @Meriannen

A Finnish mum living in England tells her experiences of having a premature baby, who's diagnosed with profound deafness and cerebral palsy.


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Does Dyslexia Exist? What Do You Think of The ‘Dyslexia Debate'?!

from Blessed Are The Cheese Brains

Twitter: @dysleximum

One blogger's experiences as a mum and wife of dyslexics.


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Happiness, more or less

from Sleep deprived rambling a of a special needs mum

The musings of a single mum to a special needs child, and his long suffering brother.


Life With an Autistic Son

Autism Awareness Day 2014 – guest blog on The Telegraph ‘Mother Tongue' site

from Life with An Autistic Son

Twitter: @asdson

A father's revealing blog on raising his four-year-old son, recently diagnosed with autism.


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Westminster Hall Debate names INFACT as Campaign Group for FACS

from Emma4facs

Twitter: @Emma4facs

A blog about my National Campaign surrounding medications during pregnancy and how it affects my 5 children


Missing Markers

Dinah's Rose Tinted Glasses

from Making Masterpieces with Missing Markers

Twitter: @mixingmarkers

Missing Markers explores the life of parenting a child with special needs. It is about hope. It is meant to encourage, support, and inspire.


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11. One Year Milestone

from Yah-Yah And Me

Chronicles of a life with a brother who has autism


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All I want is some peace…

from Silly Mummy

Twitter: @silly_mummy

Rhonda is an ex-journalist married to the Scientist and is mum to Curly, a 4 year old boy. She writes about her life as a mother, worker, student, wife and more on her PR-friendly blog. She writes...


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How can work, work?

from One Off Ordinary

Twitter: @oneoffordinary

Trying to have an ordinary family life with a child with special needs