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How to effectively advocate for your child to ensure that they are getting the most out of their education within the public school system.

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A Child Being Bullied At School

When our daughter shared with us that she was being bullied at school, we were ill-equipped to handle it. We asked her how long it’s been going on, and she informed us that it started at the beginning of the school year (we found out three months before the end of the school year).

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Type Out IEP Goals

Be prepared, and stay focus on the speaker. IEP goals can be tricky and written in such a manner that you believe you’re deciphering codes as opposed to goals.

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How to Rock Your Next IEP

Own your power. You’re your child’s home-team and school team leader, embrace that role. Gratitude and a positive attitude can go a long way.

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New Autism Mom

I’m writing you this letter to let you know just how amazing you are. You’ve traded in your supermom cape for the warrior mom cape.

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Autism

We don’t have a clear developmental model for our kids, who often times are still toilet training into adulthood. Who sometimes aren’t able to speak, and even then it may be gibberish that comes out. The blending of seasons is frustrating– when you see your other children outpace your autistic child.

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hello!

I have two kiddos on complete ends of the spectrum-- a daughter with Aspergers and ADHD...and
a son with classic Autism, Speech Language Apraxia, & Sensory Processing Disorder.

So, I'm definitely on this journey with you. 

I’m passionate about helping other autism mamas simplify their lives, so they can experience more joy in motherhood. 

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