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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


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Sometimes Other people take the words right out of your mouth....

from Bipolar, Asperger's and Margaritas

Twitter: @inked_blogmom

Stories of daily life and situations that occur in our crazy and loving family. My husband manages bipolar and our oldest son was recently diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, an autism spectrum disor...


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Part Time Time Table and Exclusions

from Every day PDA

Thoughts and feelings of a mum whose youngest child has pathological demand avoidance. The highs, the lows.... The love xxx


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We finally get some good news

from The Road to The World

The trials and tribulations of planning a trip to Walt Disney World with a disabled child.


Disabled Positive Parent

In Loving Memory

from DisABLEd Positive Parent

Twitter: @AbleParents

A blog by two disabled parents who assess high street baby equipment for its practicality and share their tips and troubles. Baby clothes without poppers, anyone?