Reflections Approaching Graduation – by Jane

Reflections Approaching Graduation Today, I have a meeting at the school, for son 2′s performance review, in which the district justifies his graduation despite goals unmet. That sounds a bit extreme, perhaps, but it’s the process. His unmet goals include

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The Life Unexpected – The one you were meant to have

As a little girl we played house and created a world with the perfect home, husband and child. Pretending to be a mom was a world with aprons, easy bake ovens, high heel shoes and pretty red lipstick. We knew

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May is Mental Health Month – Educate – Stomp the Stigma

The Isolation of Families With Mental Illness I can’t think of anything more painful or more heart wrenching than that of the day to day life of a parent of a child with a serious mental illness. This is not

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Neurodiversity Nonsense – parents view by Elise Butowsky

Gaming the System In continuation of my last post, I talked to hubby about the fact that HSB was gaming the system and that he had accused the administration of his school of being biased against persons with aspergers syndrome.

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Guest Blog Post by Lorna d’entremont

Personal Reason to Rejoice About New Study on Tourette Syndrome While searching Google for the simplest way to describe Tourette Syndrome, I had a flash back to fifteen years ago when I received a frantic call from my daughter in

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Want to know how The Coffee Klatch came about?

Want to hear how The Coffee Klatch came to be – my interview with Anne Barbano http://www.livingtheautismmaze.com/radiator_051210.mp3