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The Flu and Ear Surgery For Autism Child

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Two words I hate hearing when I take my son to the doctor at this time of the year. They are two words I really didn’t want to hear before he has his ear surgery. Your child has THE FLU. Ughhh. Well, I was expecting to hear those words when I took . . . → Read More: The Flu and Ear Surgery For Autism Child

Autism Child And Christmas Wish List

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Both of my kids have already started thinking about Christmas. My daughter has been searching the internet for things to be on her Christmas Wish List. Surprisingly, my son has also been searching the internet for things to put on a Christmas List. I’m sure it doesn’t come as too much of . . . → Read More: Autism Child And Christmas Wish List

Caring For An Autism Child and An ADHD Child

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Life in our household has been crazy. I have family staying with me, and it’s been a little crowded. It’s also been a learning experience. I now have my autism son, and an ADHD child to care for. It’s not everyday, only when his mom is working. This week, that’s been a . . . → Read More: Caring For An Autism Child and An ADHD Child

When Your Child Is Diagnosed With Autism: A Mom’s Reaction

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“I’m sorry, but your child has Autism.” These are the hardest words to hear from a doctor. No matter what age your child is, or how long you were sure your child is on the spectrum, hearing the words can feel like a dagger in the heart. Up until that point, there . . . → Read More: When Your Child Is Diagnosed With Autism: A Mom’s Reaction

Comparing Mentally Disabled to Prison

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Maybe I am too sensitive. Maybe I take offense to things too easily. Maybe I am not. Maybe I should have stood up and said something. I didn’t. I was shocked, and angered. I simply stood up and walked out. Maybe you would have said something. Maybe what was said wouldn’t have . . . → Read More: Comparing Mentally Disabled to Prison

Daughter Explaining Autism To Friends

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It’s not easy for a 10 year old to explain to her friends about autism. My daughter has a bowling league she participates in on Saturdays. I take her and my son to it, and the lanes are filled with the kids in the league. I go early, find a table close . . . → Read More: Daughter Explaining Autism To Friends

Renting Textbooks and Operation Smile Donations

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It’s been about 16 years since I have bought textbooks for college. Back then, they were expensive. These days, they still are. I went onto Amazon to find out the cost of an Accounting text book. The lowest price for the one I searched on was $179. I then went over to . . . → Read More: Renting Textbooks and Operation Smile Donations

Next Ear Surgery Scheduled Before Christmas

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My son had a follow-up for his ear last week. There are no signs, yet, of the cyst returning. His doctor went ahead and scheduled his next ear surgery for just before Christmas. This surgery will be to do some repair work. When she removed the last of the cyst, she had . . . → Read More: Next Ear Surgery Scheduled Before Christmas

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