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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!