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Living with Luke

Living with Luke 60

from Living with Luke

Twitter: @dansthunderbol

A blog about living with an Autistic child, written from a Father's point of view.


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Goodbye Green Room..

from Roo's Jouney

a blog about my undiagnosed disabled son


Chatterblocks

SLI on Radio 4 with Dorothy Bishop

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.


StacyFirks

Hot Weather Upcycling?

from Re-Creations Project

Twitter: @ReCreations_Up

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


Chiara's Journey

all in a days work…

from Chiara's Journey

Motherhood, special needs, wellness, yoga and spirituality. Life after childhood stroke. Raw and real insights.


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Wish come true

from Woman with baby

Twitter: @womanwithbaby

The fabulous, emotional, chaotic, hilarious life of woman with (now two) toddlers. Chuck in some autism, lots of cake and a dollop of Toy Story and we're done.


Our World and Autism

A Very Special Birthday!!

from Our World and Autism

Twitter: @LucieAutismMum

Family Life with Autism, fun, frolics, reviews and plenty of waffle!


Blue With A Touch Of Pink

Keeping Abreast of the Feeding

from Blue With A Touch Of Pink

Twitter: @katesvie

An 'everything' blog: parenting, special needs, food and general daily musings of the world through my eyes...beware...I have found my controversial voice (sometimes)!


Beyond the Masquerade

The Boobie – Part 2: I'm ready for my close up

from Beyond the Masquerade

Twitter: @Jsmasquerade

The girl behind the mask and the world through her eyes! Photography, Dreams, Poetry, Autism and Special Needs etc.


bumpiest pach

Woman in the Mirror

from The Bumpiest Path

Twitter: @thebumpiestpath

A mum blogging about her daily adventures in a family with nine kids, dogs, a pony and a goat, where some of the children have special needs and some are fostered.