Keeping Special Needs Kids Safe in the Digital Age

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As the parent of a child with autism, technology can provide some amazing benefits. I’ve already discussed how an iPad and communication software have given my daughter a voice to express herself, but other learning tools have helped with motor skills, letter formation, reading, logic skills, math, memorization – I could go on and on! The key […]

Natural Food & Health News 9/26/14 #autism #CDCWhistleblower

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9/21/14: StateFarm Drops Rob Schneider Due to His Opinion PR Week reported that StateFarm dropped Rob Schneider from their ad campaign because of his stance on vaccine freedom. (I’m calling it that. None of this anti-vax negativity. It’s a right that parents are losing – the ability to disallow doctors from injecting toxins into our […]

Help For an Autism Mom in Need > SPREAD THE WORD!

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  Today I’m reaching out to post for an autism warrior mama in need. Can you help? Melanie Baldwin suffers spine, liver cancer after having beat breast and bone cancer. Her son has profound autism. Let’s help Melanie to have a future supporting her son’s needs. From the Give Forward page: An amazing Christian woman by the […]

Wild Kratts for a Cool Fall

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I received products to facilitate this review; all opinions are my own. This summer at Blogger Bash NYC, lots of neat toys came out that were wonderful for my girls! Here is a favorite of my kids from Wicked Cool Toys – Wild Kratts! Wild Kratts Toy Sets One of the great brands that I […]

Timocco: The App for Autism & Cerebral Palsy #ad

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Timocco but all opinions are my own. I’m a firm believer in trying any and all things to help a child with a neurological disability improve their abilities and even, perhaps, surpass limitations we may have been told by professional. To help my children, my husband and […]