Being An Autism Mom by Eileen Dalton

When people hear that Cian is autistic they often ask “oh he must be good at math?” Sorry, he won’t be able to help you count cards at the casino, he’s not Rain Man. Although to be honest, he’s pretty good at math 🙂 When he was first diagnosed at 18 months, it broke my […]

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Art for Life: The Benefits of Art for a Learning Disabled Child….Article by Emily Graham

Children with learning disabilities need help finding ways to communicate and express themselves. Art and art therapy are frequently used to help the learning disabled cope with communication challenges that can leave them feeling isolated, confused and misunderstood. Art therapy provides communication tools that help them interact socially and express thoughts and concepts in school. […]

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Planning For A Child With A Disability… Photo credit by Pixabay

Having a child with a disability can be scary. You may feel overwhelmed by what to expect and how to care for her, but proper planning can help you feel confident. Preparing Your Home First, you’ll need to prepare your home. Start with traditional baby-proofing to ensure your child’s safety. This can include: Covering all […]

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I have Purpus…. A Father’s Story

 I went to an event today hosted by My Time Inc @theparentexperience and was overwhelmed with emotion. The event was so amazing but as I sat there consuming all the love, joy and support, I couldn’t but be moved by the lovely spirits of families, friends, parents and children whom are affected by Autism. But.. unfortunately my […]

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A Father’s Story….. I have Purpus!!!

This is about Hope, Love, Faith and Acceptance. It’s about dealing head on with the feeling of Fear, Feeling Overwhelmed, Inadequacy and the Uncertainty all of us have about the future of our Children, our Brothers, our Sisters, our Nieces and Nephews who have been diagnosed with Autism, “ASD.” This is about the Love a […]

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