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Living Autism Day By Day

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I finally finished “Living Autism Day By Day”, written by Pamela Bryson-Weaver. This isn’t a typical autism book. It’s not written as a story. Instead, it’s written as a day-by-day inspiration. Pamela isn’t trying to tell you how you should raise your autistic child. She isn’t hitting you over the head with what you should . . . → Read More: Living Autism Day By Day

What To Freeze And What Not To Freeze

The following infographic was forwarded to me, and I thought it would be helpful to post it on my blog. It has a lot of great information on freezing foods, including what items are not good to freeze.

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Daughter’s First Bowling Tournament

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My daughter qualified for the regional Pepsi Challenge Bowling Tournament here in NC. It was held over the weekend and she did great. She bowled a 365 series, which is awesome for her. The official standings won’t be sent out for a couple weeks. I’m sure she ended up in the top 10, but only . . . → Read More: Daughter’s First Bowling Tournament

Why MAPS Conferences are Beneficial for Pediatricians?

With ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) or autism becoming an increasingly serious issue, there are many organizations that have come forward to contribute to autism awareness and treatment. The Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) is one among these organizations. MAPS is committed to providing care to children with ASD and other types . . . → Read More: Why MAPS Conferences are Beneficial for Pediatricians?

I Hope Elsa Is Done Visiting Us

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The last two weeks have been filled with snow and ice for us in the Carolinas. The kids enjoyed it, because it meant no school. For me, though, it means I have to play catch up with my blog. I’m in the middle of reading “Living autism day by day” by Pamela Bryson-Weaver. I had . . . → Read More: I Hope Elsa Is Done Visiting Us

Mom in tears after police handcuff son, 9, at Ottawa school | CTV News

Mom in tears after police handcuff son, 9, at Ottawa school | CTV News. A 9 year old boy handcuffed at school brings an immediate response of shock and horror to most people. The idea of a child with autism being handcuffed isn’t something autism parents want to think about. When we hear about it . . . → Read More: Mom in tears after police handcuff son, 9, at Ottawa school | CTV News

5 Reasons Medical Professionals should Join MAPS SPRING 2015 Conference

Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) have become an issue of serious concern in the present times. Health professionals, scientists and researchers are continuously trying to find the exact cause behind autism, and come up with effective methods to treat it. The Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) is one of the leading organizations . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons Medical Professionals should Join MAPS SPRING 2015 Conference

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