Special needs guide on preparing for the Holidays

  It’s the most wonderful time of the year until your kid doesn’t feel like being hugged by their grandparents or relatives and has a meltdown. Or your child gets overwhelmed with all the new people, sounds, aromas, around him, or she is out of her routine daily routine. This is more common for parents […]

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Teaching Good Manners

“Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use.” Emily Post I honestly love when people tell me our daughters are well-behaved and have really good manners. I think we all do. It is a direct compliment on our […]

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I hate having Diabetes!

Anyone who has dealt with weight issues knows how hard it is to manage your weight and still eat. When your child has a disease such as diabetes, learning how to balance food, insulin, exercise and still manage to have a life seems almost impossible. Add to this the fact that your child has cognitive […]

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