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Stories About Autism

Reasons to be cheerful, 1, 2, 3!

So we’re one week into 2016 and Christmas is already a distant memory. The new year is a time that many reflect on their lives, what has passed in the year before, and what they want to do going forward. Goals are set, resolutions made, and they’re all forgotten before[…]

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Christmas Time, Meltdowns and Wine……

So Christmas has come and gone in a flash. For most it’s been a time of fun, food, and presents. A chance to gather with friends and family, show them how much you love them, and celebrate. New, happy memories were created, captured, and remembered forever. This year, I’m glad[…]

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Autism Night Before Christmas

I discovered this poem last year and loved it so much I had to share it here. It’s written by Cindy Waeltermann, also a parent of two children on the spectrum, and the founder of an organisation called Autism Link. Cindy gets it so right, it’s a perfect description of[…]

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Jude, One Day……

Jude The last few weeks have been really hard for all of us, and even more so for you. I hate seeing how anxious you are every single day at the moment. Your autism seems to be even more challenging for you than usual. I wish you could explain to me[…]

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Our Summer of Love Is Over

This summer went pretty well. In fact, it went amazingly well compared to what we were expecting. It was a summer of love, as Jude and Tommy found a way to get along. For six whole weeks, they spent nearly every day together, and I even thought there were glimpses[…]

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