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Potty Training Your Autistic Child

Potty Training, especially for a first child can be a daunting feat on its own. Naturally, you will look for guidance online, on social media, from friends and family. Likely too, you will consider potty training your autistic child before they are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Whether your child is autistic or neuro-typical my …

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45 Best Movies to Watch on Rainy Days

I love Spring! I love the sun coming out, the trees blooming (despite allergies), and I love the Spring storms. When it’s raining it can be easy to get down. After a long winter, cold, staying inside it can be hard to continue when all you want to do is get outside and in the …

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National Autism Awareness Month

National Autism Awareness Month: We Don’t Need Awareness, We Need Acceptance. Many of you, whether or not you have anyone close to you who is autistic, have heard of Autism Awareness Month in April. Really, however, we do not need to be aware of Autism. So many, are aware of Autism. What is needed is …

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The Difference Between a Meltdown and Tantrum

After my daughter’s diagnosis there was a whole new world we were thrown into I really didn’t understand. That is the world of Autism and Neurodiversity. The world of sensory overload and meltdowns. Before becoming a mother, I was the typical naïve and judgmental person in the store. The person that did not understand why …