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The poor, dear “fully disabled toilet”.

from Ordinary Hopes

We all have our own version of ordinary. Mine involves a devotion to toilets, seeking out new ways to make the world accessible.


crew cut and newt

【水晶 66.15mm玉 鑑別書付】水晶/クリスタル/置物/丸玉/開運/幸運:めのうの店 川島

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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Duck Duck Goose

from Revelations of a Slummy Mummy

Twitter: @luceparr

The funny side of parenting both regular kids and special needs. I'm a life lovin' mum, trying not to lose myself in the chaos of kiddies!


BLOOM

Parenting as a grandmother: 'You're so much wiser'

from BLOOM

A blog about parenting children with disabilities. BLOOM brings together the wisdom of families and professionals in childhood disability treatment, research, real-world programs and education from...


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Feature: Made For Parents

from Bad Mum Magazine

Twitter: @bad_mum_

Bad Mum Magazine represents the real bare face of parenting by real parents. It is full of posts, guest posts, articles, interviews etc!


Deaf Dad

Liam O'Dell: Is technology harming sign language?

from The Limping Chicken

Twitter: @charlie_swin

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


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Lost at Sea

from Beyond The Roundabout

Twitter: @bydroundabout

Finding my way following child loss.My only child, Phoebe died aged 4 3/4 to the rare genetic condition, LPIN1.


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#ablogginggoodtime #63

from Diary of an imperfect Mum.

Autism, parenting and bilingualism. The musings of a mum of s boy on the autistic spectrum.


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Routines: Stimulating Student Confidence and Productivity

from Learning Specialist Materials

Reviews assistive technology, multisensory educational materials, learning strategies, help for dyslexia executive functioning and more.


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Weighted Blanket

from Adopting Jana

Following our progress as we complete the adoption process of our little girl named Jana who happens to also have Down's Syndrome.