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Special Needs

 


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She's leaving…

from The Wrong Kind of Snow

Twitter: @WrongKindOfSnow

An introduction to the trials and tribulations of our family life with special needs,including unnecessary film references.


Same difference

Expert Advice: Medical Cannabis Should Be Available On Prescription

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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My smear wasn't clear…

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

Sarah Playforth: My CI op, before and after

from The Limping Chicken

Twitter: @charlie_swin

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


The Name of the Rose

Come on over

from The Name Of The Rose

Twitter: @nametherose

Being Mum to a beautiful 17 year old daughter who just happens to have Aspergers Syndrome. She's not 'autistic' she's very funny, kind and beautiful


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The wait for an autism diagnosis

from Rainbows are too beautiful

Random ramblings, thoughts and info from a mum of autistic and neurotypical kids.


The Beesley Buzz

My Blogging Besties: Guest posting about Juvenile Arthritis Research

from The Beesley Buzz

Twitter: @TheBeesleyBuzz

A family blog where we write about living with Aspergers, homeschooling and all our adventures!


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Important Dyslexia Accommodations in the Classroom

from Learning Specialist Materials

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


LouiseJones

Cooling Gel Pad

from My Child Has Autism

A mother's journey through the ups and downs of parenting a child on the autistic spectrum.


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A dog called Brillo

from Happy Homebird

Musings of a mum that potters around the home, garden and allotment. Also the story of our journey home educating on the autism spectrum.