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If you’ve read this blog long enough, you’ll know that in the early days of my daughter’s school career, we struggled to decide whether or not to send her to our local charter school. Regarding charters school and inclusion, we felt this type of school was a better choice. In the end we did send our children, and despite the many difficulties we had there,
Disclosure: This shop featuring pets for children with autism has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PurinaMysteries #CollectiveBias Children with learning disabilities can struggle with loneliness, responsibility and difficulty making friends. As parents, we must find creative ways to overcome those challenges. One way to help them? Get pets for children with autism and special needs. Before You Get a
Summertime, summertime! Ah that wonderful repose of the great outdoors comes with great risk. There are toxins everywhere and the only solution is to find options, like non toxic sunscreen and other products, to ensure you have a safe, chemical-free summer. As a Lucky Brand ambassador, I get a stipend to try great products and this month, I’m checking out safe summer solutions. This post
For new parents, the news that they are having a special needs baby can be devastating. Basic Invite asked me to write a sponsored post to give you tips on how to welcome a child with a disability. For a pregnant mother, preconceived outcomes may make you feel powerless and frightened of the future. I understand the challenges of accepting a different future than I had envisioned and want
What Is an Excitotoxin? Some time back, I learned about a dangerous food item called “excitotoxins.” Basically, it is a chemical released into the brain that kills neurons. Once killed, a neuron, like anything else, cannot be revived, and areas of the brain or functionality can be damaged. The list of disorders that may be attributed to excitotoxins include Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s; each of