How Safe is Your Home? Get a Customized Safety Analysis for Your Home from MBIntel!

When you have a child with autism who’s a wanderer, home safety tends to focus on keeping your child safely inside rather than keeping other people out. It’s like Fort Knox, but backwards – everything, from the locks and alarms on the doors to the window guards on the windows, … Continue reading

A Different Kind of Safari by Helen C. Hipp – Book #Review

Summary: What do you need to feel happy about being different? Based loosely on real life experiences, this heartwarming and powerful book illustrates how self-awareness, and courage help a young boy named Raymond learn the difference between seeing things as they appear to be and seeing things as they are. … Continue reading

Great #GiftIdeas from #AutismResources!

If you have kiddos on the autism spectrum, holiday shopping for them can sometimes be challenging. Finding gifts that are not just age appropriate but also developmentally appropriate while also being interesting to the child can be an exercise in frustration for parents. My nine-year-old son, Braeden, enjoys playing with … Continue reading

Buy to Give with Nordic Naturals: #Review #B2S2014 #Bottles4Backpacks

Getting kids to eat healthy and get enough vitamins and nutrients can be a never-ending struggle. It can be even more of a challenge if you have children with special needs. With two boys on the spectrum, issues involving food occur pretty frequently. Texture issues, color issues, even placement issues … Continue reading

Understanding Stanley – Looking through Autism, by Rosie Barnes – Book Review & Kickstarter Project

“There are hundreds of educating text books or text-heavy books published about autism. They tell us what to do, how to do it, how to support, how to stop, how to encourage, how to engage… They are immensely valuable but I feel we’re missing something. What we don’t have access … Continue reading

Guest Post and $50 Amazon GC #Giveaway: Unlocking the Social Potential in Autism by Karina Poirier

  Guest Post from Dr. Karina Poirier What makes children likeable to other children? You may be surprised to learn that about 12% of children are rejected by their peers. That’s about one in every 12 children, which adds up to millions in the U.S. alone—far too many. Children who … Continue reading

Teething Necklace Giveaway (ends 01/05)

Teething Necklaces Giveaway Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Sponsored by Desert Made Co-Hosted by Deals of Sweetness Desert Made specializes in handmade Baltic Amber and Hazelwood jewelry for babies, kids and adults as well as offering silicone teethers! Many people think of Amber jewelry as just being beneficial to babies … Continue reading

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