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My Son Isaac

The weight of the world on tiny shoulders

from My Son Isaac; A Dad's Perspective

Twitter: @copyiswritten

Matt Davis blogs about his five-year-old son's autism. He's a parent patron of Ambitious About Autism. Isaac was diagnosed with high-functioning autism just after his third birthday.


The World of Neil

Suddenly her age.

from The World of Neil

Twitter: @neiley83

I talk about the ups and downs of bringing up two boys on the autistic spectrum, mixed with musings on politics and popular culture.


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Where else would you want to go?

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.


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Emma

from Asalexgrowsup

A blog about our boy Alex, who has undiagnosed disabilities, and watching him (and us) grow up.


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Woods, trees and everything in between

from Gingerbread and Sunshine

A blog about life raising a funny & happy young boy with an undiagnosed genetic condition


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Two down, one to go…

from Future of Down's

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


Grace Under Pressure

From across the divide, a sign of hope

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.


chantelle

Lonely Planet

from Autism is my Superpower

Twitter: @zaczavzion

Mother of 3 amazing autistic boys


autinarymum

Can We Ever Let Go?

from Adventures of an AUTYnary Mum

Mum of 'Bob' and 'Lil', Advocate, Chauffeur, Mediator and all round good egg. Our 'Bob' has high functioning autism/ADHD follow our adventures and his transition into adulthood.


Somewhere in Between

Trans-season stock take

from Somewhere in Between

Twitter: @MrsSaraJJ

TV exec and mother to two lovely boys, one with two very rare and magical genetic disorders. As life throws its punches, I've donned my protective clothing and am finding my way through this course...