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Same difference

The DWP takes a rather sinister stance on disabled claimants. Provision of...

from Same Difference

Twitter: @samedifference1

A blog written by a physically disabled 20-something female on disability issues big and small. News, views and information for disabled people, parents and carers.


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I wanted to be good

from Autism and expectations

Articles from the point of view of a late diagnosed woman with Autism. How I see the world, the brilliant the difficult and the mundane.


DebbieYoung

Thank You, Matthew Paris – Now I Don't Have To Go To Peru

from Young By Name

Twitter: @DebbieYoungBN

Amusing musings from a Gloucestershire village, and other points of the globe as holiday plans permit. Sometimes topical, sometimes nostalgic, this funny, touching and well-written blog is by the mum...


Faith Mummy

Ten signs I dread as an autism parent

from faithmummy

Life with twins, autism, vision impairment, nf1, global delay, faith and plenty of laughs. They can teach us more than we teach them...


Deaf Dad

Deaf News: NDCS warns hearing aids may fail if radio frequencies are sold

from The Limping Chicken

Twitter: @charlie_swin

This blogger's writing about being a deaf stay-at-home dad.


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Results Day

from Extra-Ordinary

Twitter: @kerrytalks

Down's Syndrome, family life and me.


chaosinkent

Scratching my itchy feet

from Chaos in Kent

Twitter: @theasplands

The trials, tribulations and triumphs of life in the chaotic world of Special Educational Needs in Kent.


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Extracurricular Activities for Children Who Want to Do Everything

from Laugh, Love, Learn

A place to find encouragement, resources and funny stories about living with intensity and sensitivity.


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For the crappy days (literally)

from The scenic route to sanity

An honest blog about raising a young family, a pre teen and a toddler with ASD.


We Go With Him

On Seeds

from We Go With Him

Twitter: @autismvox

We Go With Him chronicles our journey caring for, living with and for, and loving our severely autistic teenage son.