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I’m very excited to be guest posting over at BLOOM blog, the blog for Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. I am truly honoured by this opportunity. Thank you Louise Kinross, parent, editor and special needs super-star! Please go check them … Continue reading
Consider MY Perpectives when considering what I “KNOW” – “My entire life has essentially been one big misunderstanding about people. It wasn’t that I disliked people or was scared of them but I never got them. I thought other people … Continue reading
Zac Browser | Zone for Autistic Children ‘The ultimate solution for children with Autism’ Welcome to ZAC Browser – Zone for Autistic Children You have found the best environment on the Internet for your child with autism. Zac Browser is … Continue reading
“Enjoying the Hi=5s of Autism’ is a holidays and audio blog regarding Autism related Developmental Disabilities. We tend to post about ways to enjoy festivals, family outings, and celebrations. Today, we will depart from the fun stuff to discuss a … Continue reading
Bill Moyers Essay: Are Immunization Exemptions Fair to All? | Moyers & Company | BillMoyers.com.