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The Psychological Benefits of Inclusive Cycling

from Cheetahs in My Shoes

Twitter: @cheetahsinshoes

Following the life, trials and exploits of a mum with a daughter and a 4 year old hypermobile son whose imaginary friends include a cheetah in his shoes and a giraffe called Tesco. Follow them throug...


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Down's Syndrome – Our Kids (part 1)

from Future of Down's

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


Five Degrees Of Chaos

The Why

from Five Degrees Of Chaos

Twitter: @5degreesofchaos

Parenting on the edge of sanity, it could go either way...


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Happy 7th Birthday Beloved

from The Boy With Five Names

Twitter: @linzi74

Labelled at birth as being severely disabled, The Boy With Five Names proves that despite the harshest beginnings light will always shine.


Chatterblocks

Why it takes a year to write a blog

from Chatterblocks

Twitter: @chatterblocks

A blog about parenting a child with Specific Language Impairment (SLI). At least 3% of kids will have this unknown invisible disability.


Grace Under Pressure

You've got to do it, to be it, to see it

from Grace under Pressure

Twitter: @SophieRunning

A mother charts the challenges of raising her Asperger daughter, and shares the daily demands of the running regime she's using to raise money for autism awareness.


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Lola

from Disability and the Single Mum

I want to talk about the lows (and highs) of managing a life, family, home with health issues and no partner. I want to open dialogue.


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John Lewis - Leicester

from The accessible bog blog

Pictures and a brief discription of disabled loos.


crew cut and newt

Goodbye world!

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?


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Homeschooling: Tackling Literacy

from Aiden's Journey

Our family's journey of living with autism