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beautifulbellesworld

from Belle's World

Belle is 3 and has had a late diagnosis of a hearing loss. This is a blog about raising a deaf toddler.


Disabled Mummydom

Why did I cry when I found out I was having a boy?

from Disabled Mummydom

Twitter: @disabledmummy

I am disabled, have chronic pain, had four hip operations as a teen, I have Fibromyalgia and joint Hypermobility; however I still decided I would become a parent, I refused to miss out on one of the...


StacyFirks

Strawberry Fair

from Re-Creations Project

Twitter: @ReCreations_Up

Cambridgeshire mum developing an upcycling social enterprise for people with learning disabilities


And Mother Makes 5

New blog.

from And Mother makes 5!

Twitter: @jas2jar

I write about the goings on in our lives. 2 boys on the spectrum and an elder mother lead to some interesting days.


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Mabel Cooper 1944 – 2013

from SEN ParentSupport

Twitter: @senparenthelp

This blog has information and advice for parents of children who may have SEN.


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Easter Bonanza

from Oliver and Wills

Twitter: @OliverandWills

Sarah is a single mother of three. The youngest, William, is 5 and has Asperger's Syndrome and mild cerebral palsy.


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I have a problem with the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) label

from Anxious Mother

A blog from a mother who's helping her child get back to the person he was born to be, before he got ill, all the while trying to be a better parent and trying to be patient.


Invisible Woman

Blogging, whinging, and jigsaws.

from invisiblewoman2013

Twitter: @invisibleblog01

I am the invisible woman. I am a wife, I am a mother, I am a special needs mother. I don’t want that to be all that defines me.


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"Back again!"

from SDR Blog

This blogger's recording her son's journey through transforming Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy surgery at a specialist hospital in the UK.


One hundred ways to teach reading and spelling

One Hundred ways to Teach Reading,Spelling and Writing

from One hundred ways to teach reading, spelling and writing

Teaching ideas for basic reading, spelling and writing by ex special needs teacher, mother of two boys, one aspergers syndrome.