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Site Migrated!

from Shitido (to help them speak)

A compendium of the activities, experiences, resources and thoughts relating to supporting my child with delayed speech.


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The Next Day

from Matthew Blythe – meandminimees

Twitter: @MeandMiniMees

A single adoptive Dad of teenage twin boys. Living with the affects of early life trauma


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Siblings {February 2017}

from Steph's Two Girls

Twitter: @stephc007

Stories of family life involving our young girl who has a type of autism known as PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) and her older sister.


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The Lost King

from Katherine Mullin (@sleepybearblog on twitter)

Teacher(primary) autism, dyslexia specialist. Author & hypnotherapist. Blog about psychology, health, neurodiversity, books, sleep, wellness


chaosinkent

You're just lazy

from Chaos in Kent

Twitter: @theasplands

The trials, tribulations and triumphs of life in the chaotic world of Special Educational Needs in Kent.


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WIN Tickets to the BABY SHOW!!!

from rattleskuttle

I'm an inventor! And I am autistic. And I have children. Read how I turned an idea in my head into a physical product.


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A letter to the parents of a child with no diagnosis

from A Slice Of Autism

I write from the heart, sharing the ups and downs of having a child with Autism and living with depression.


Faith Mummy

Could Your Child's Lack Of Eye Contact Be More Than Just Autism?

from faithmummy

Life with twins, autism, vision impairment, nf1, global delay, faith and plenty of laughs. They can teach us more than we teach them...


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9 Steps to Help You Cope with Life Changing Disability or Illness in Your Child

from The Special Parent's Handbook

The issues around bringing up disabled children, passing on as much useful info as I can learnt in bringing up 3 of my own


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Film Trailer (video) for ‘The Search for the Seanachaí', and I'm in it (briefly...

from Ali Isaac Story Teller

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