Summer Fun: With Challenges by Jane Hotvedt

Summer Fun : With Challenges It’s been a week since my last post. We’re into the first week of summer vacation, and preparations for everybody’s activities are on. Now, with a crew the size of ours, that’s a lot of

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The Medication Rollercoaster – updated Summer Version

Update: Summer adjustments – breaks and trials Summer break is notoriously a time that parents wait to try to add or remove a medication their child is taking. Starting up and weaning off medications is tough – very tough. The

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Don’t Call Them Boys With Aspergers, Call Them Boys

by, Elise Butowsky(originally appearing in amotherworld, June 9,2010) When I was asked to write this article about what our life is like in raising two young men with Aspergers Syndrome, I started to think about just what that meant. What

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Parents are a great asset to the IEP team by Lorna d’Entremont

I thought this post was timely as most parents are headed to their annual IEP meetings this month. Please also listen to my interview with Dr Thomas Armstrong author of Neurodiversity for more tips and attitudes that will make a

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Sojourn Through Parental Types – by Elise

TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 2010 Sojourn Through Parental Types The end of the year is always tough for HSB. As I mentioned in earlier posts, he usually decides by the end of April that the year is over. This year has

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