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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Great holiday gift…especially for teens and lovers of the arts…as well as, any seeking inspiration
‘The Girl Who Spoke with Pictures; Autism through Art.’ A book by Eileen Miller with illustrations by Kim Miller
# ISBN-10: 1843108895
# ISBN-13: 978-1843108894 Continue reading
Hi5! Check out this story … “Gifts – ‘uniquely different’ (teens/adults) | ‘Enjoying the Hi-5s of Autism’” Parents of ‘uniquely different’ child blogs about shopping tips for loved… Some good ideas for children, too Also, try children’s toys at: gifts-uniquely-different … Continue reading
Gifts – ‘uniquely different’ (teens/adults) Hi5! Okay, you’ve spent years carefully selecting the just-so-right toys for your kids with a Special Need(i.e., autism, motor/auditory/visual/intellectual conditions)… but now they are a teen or adult! There are so many companies catering to … Continue reading
Hi5! gobble gobble or vegveg… Autism Speaks asks: “How do you prepare your family, who may not understand your child or teen with ASD, for the holidays?” Kbj Cosse’ -1) Offer explanations, not excuses. 2) flip the? HOW DO WE … Continue reading
Thansgiving in Creole cajunland – Laissez le bon temps roulez!
Every time you find yourself wanting to apologize about the person with ‘uniquely different’ ways, just stab yourself with
..interaction? FAMILIES HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW, APPRECIATE AND LOVE EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY… (and you can quo
Child or teen means they have been exhibiting an autistic lifestyle for while. Why doesn’t the family understand after yea