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When Your Child Is Bullied at School

I read a post on Super Mommy to the Rescue about her son being bullied at school, and wanted to share my daughter’s story of being bullied. It’s been going on all year, and I’m at my wit’s end on what to do. There’s a girl that has been spreading rumors about . . . → Read More: When Your Child Is Bullied at School

Innovative Online School Offers Hope to Struggling Students

Access Possibilities School is a private school that offers primary and secondary academic programs, as well as tutoring, summer school and after school activities to children and families around the world. Offering the standard US curriculum, the school program is highly interactive with virtual classrooms, daily contact between teachers and students, and daily peer-to-peer . . . → Read More: Innovative Online School Offers Hope to Struggling Students

Innovative SHOEPS LACES Great For Autistic Children

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I saw this press release, and fell in love. I can only buy my son shoes that on slip-ons, because he isn’t able to tie shoe laces. With Shoeps Laces, he would be able to wear anything.

(Press Release)INNOVATIVE SHOEPS LACES PROVIDE SOLUTION FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH AUTISM, DISABILITY OR INJURY

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Boy Scouts of America Supporting Children with Special Abilities

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This is Part 2 of my Boy Scouts of America sponsored post. As I said in the other post, I was only asked to write one. I just could not fit all that I wish to share into one post. This post is dedicated to sharing special moments that my son and . . . → Read More: Boy Scouts of America Supporting Children with Special Abilities

Our Journey With The Boy Scouts of America

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I am proud to being doing a sponsored post with the Boy Scouts of America. They wanted me to share our family’s story about being involved with the Boy Scouts. This is only supposed to be one post, but I am going to split it up into two. Why? Because I can . . . → Read More: Our Journey With The Boy Scouts of America

Documentary About a Group with Special Needs

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(Press Release) On May 30, four guys began their journey of traveling 6,000 miles – an experience that will change them for a lifetime. It may seem like just another cross-country road trip to the west coast, but it couldn’t be further from ordinary. These four guys are part of “Guys Group,” . . . → Read More: Documentary About a Group with Special Needs

Octopus Enrichment Program Begins at SEA LIFE Aquarium

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(Press Release)CONCORD, N.C. (April 30, 2014) – Today, SEA LIFE Charlotte-Concord Aquarium (SEA LIFE) launched a new creature educational program, Octopus Enrichment. The program is designed to mentally stimulate SEA LIFE’s resident Giant Pacific octopus, Ruby. With proper engagement, Giant Pacific octopuses can develop the mental capacity of a five-year-old.

 

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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 . . . → Read More: I Hope Elsa Is Done Visiting Us

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