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Special Needs

 


Pinkoddy's blog

Stand-up Paddle Boarding with Inspire 2 Adventure

from Pinkoddy's Blog

Twitter: @pinkoddy

Life as a mum of 4, including - craft, special needs, women's health, photography & travel.


Deaf Dad

Watch: Film about coercion/domestic abuse for SignHealth's DeafHope service

from The Limping Chicken

Twitter: @charlie_swin

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


BLOOM

Telling clinician and patient stories increases empathy in nurses

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...


Just Clair

Wednesday 15th August

from Just Clair

Twitter: @midlifecapers

The secret diary of a midlife Mum (age 49...….and a bit) Everyday musings on everyday life.


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Mamma Mia and Me

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!


Jera's Jamboree

Celebrating #Summer | Giveaway

from Jera's Jamboree

Twitter: @shazjera

Sharing things I'm passionate about: Books SEN Genealogy Poetry Days Out Photos!


Same difference

PIP Stopped On Review? Two New Legal Protections

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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Genetic Diagnosis #2: Bartters Syndrome

from Kaytee Jones

Twitter: @kayteejones_xo

A student nurse blogging her way through maternity leave with her firstborn. From formula feeding guilt to raising a baby with special needs


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Meet Mobiloo Adam!

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.


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Summer update

from Boston Blog

Twitter: @FlissShields

The adventures of a British, former working mum of two (one with special needs) in Massachusetts.