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Special Needs

 


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Sorry I'm late… I've been a little busy changing careers!! 😳

from Tales of a Mother's Daughter

The ups and downs of living with a 'Tween' with Aspergers, 'Free From' Diets, Hormones, Therapies and everything in between!


Back From Burnout

Old Habits Die Hard

from Back From Burnout

Twitter: @BackFromBurnou

Self care diary of a 30-something 'superwoman' with professional burnout. Support her journey and share self care tips and stories.


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The First Step

from BrodyMeAndGDD

A mummy and her boy's undiagnosed journey with epilepsy, hypotonia, hypermobility, lots of laughs and no answers


Our Aspie Kid

Finishing up!

from Our Aspie Kid

Twitter: @OurAspieKid

Our Aspie Kid is my blog about life with a child with Asperger Syndrome and on the Autistic Spectrum.


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Micro scooters Adventure Time!

from Mother Freckle

A blog for parents. Sharing the realties of parenting in a light-hearted way. From breastfeeding to trips out, we share it all!


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Sanctuary Spa – Wet Skin Moisture Miracle

from Diary of a cake loving fitness junkie

Lifestyle blogger sharing my stories of living with and conquering depression & anxiety, my passion for fitness, & my daughter with autism


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A Carys Update: July 2018 The Sponsored Walk

from Ali Isaac Story Teller

I blog about my life with my special needs daughter, Carys, who was born with rare Cardiofaciocutanous Syndrome.


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Oh, Sweet Child of Mine …

from The Mum Feels

Raising awareness of how new families cope when life isn't necessarily as imagined ... Babies may be disabled or have serious medical needs


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‘Lulu' co-author talked to University of Third Agers in London.

from dontbringlulubook

My sister had special needs - no thyroid gland and brain damage. My blog is about her story + my father who was the 1st BBC news org in NYC


Sensory Trust

Focus on sound and dementia

from creative activities for carers

Twitter: @sensorytrust

Nature based, multi sensory activities and resources for carers to do at home with the person they are caring for.