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Summer Camp and Knee Injury

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I’ve been busy over the last two weeks. I had a lot to do to get my daughter ready for summer camp. She left today for a one week, overnight camping trip with American Heritage Girls. One of the other mothers in the troop is taking her to the camp, with her . . . → Read More: Summer Camp and Knee Injury

Summer Fun and Fruttare Frozen Treats

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Summer is officially upon us. The school year ended with my daughter’s graduation from elementary school. She was really happy about that, and I was very proud of her. I’m not a big fan of sitting in the bleachers, but I really enjoyed the ceremony. The ceremony lasted an hour, and we . . . → Read More: Summer Fun and Fruttare Frozen Treats

An Easy Weekend Recovering From Surgery

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This looks like it will be an easy weekend for my son, recovering from surgery. We had a little problem yesterday, when my dad came to pick up my daughter for the weekend. My parents are going shopping with her to get the rest of the things she needs for her camping . . . → Read More: An Easy Weekend Recovering From Surgery

Visiting The NC Zoo Over The Weekend

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We took a day, over the weekend, to visit the NC Zoo. It was a beautiful day. The weather was perfect. We spent 4 hours walking around the zoo. My kids had a great time looking at all of the animals. I’m glad we decided to that, after everything that is going on now. . . . → Read More: Visiting The NC Zoo Over The Weekend

Another Year and Another IEP

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This year has gone by so fast. Yesterday, I had another IEP meeting for my son. He’s 15 now, and the focus is completely different on what his goals should be. We are now looking at having his IEP goals geared towards life skills. He is still getting his general academics in . . . → Read More: Another Year and Another IEP

Ending Friendship With Autism Friend

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My Daughter 2008

Ending a friendship with an autism friend is as difficult for your child as ending a friendship with a NT child. The fact that my daughter was able to hold onto the friendship for as long as she did says something for her as a person. This school year started . . . → Read More: Ending Friendship With Autism Friend

Chuck E. Cheese’s For Autism Awareness Month

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There are a few places that everyone in my family likes to go. One of those places is Chuck E. Cheese. When I was offered two family passes to visit a location near me, and write about it for Autism Awareness Month, I immediately agreed. To make the experience the best for . . . → Read More: Chuck E. Cheese’s For Autism Awareness Month

What They Don’t Tell You About Autism

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Raising a child with autism for the last 15 years, I have learned more than I could ever imagine about autism. There’s nothing like hands-on experience to teach you about autism. You can go online, or talk to “professionals,” but that is never enough to learn about your autistic child. A lot . . . → Read More: What They Don’t Tell You About Autism

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