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Learning and supporting ~ autism

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Comment by Sarah Reed on November 17, 2013 at 9:43pm

I have a 2 year old with ASD and SPD. I talk about that plus all the other chaos in my life. I love reading about of ASD moms and  their special babies. http://busybeavermama.blogspot.com

Comment by Cynthia Tolbert-Wilson on March 30, 2013 at 2:47am

I would love to increase my readership as well. I am finding it a bit difficult. I do like coming on to the site and reading other blogs.  I have found some great blogs. I normally keep track of the blogs that I join and try to comment on them at least once every other week until I just never hear from them.  I love having tons of blogs to read and respond too.

Cynthia        

http://www.richlymiddleclass.com/happy-birthday-giveaway

Comment by Jeanne Mifflin on September 28, 2012 at 9:06pm

I homeschooled my son with autism and wrote a book about one-on-one and small group teaching.  I currently have several magazine articles in Autism Asperger's Digest (Autism Digest) on homeschooling a child with autism.  Feel free to add your own positive comments and tips to the articles. Organizing, Curriculum, Behavior

Comment by Michele Richardson on September 16, 2012 at 9:03pm

I 6 children on the Autism Spectrum Aspergers and (CAPD) Cental Audio Processing Disorder 

Comment by Shavon Robinson on June 19, 2012 at 10:48pm

I am a mom of four. My youngest was been diagnosed with Autism last year. I discuss all of my parenting journey at http://theovulator.blogspot.com/

Comment by robyn long on February 13, 2012 at 12:28pm

my blog is simply delightful and I talk about my son a lot in it and about learning about him, autism and our lives.

Comment by robyn long on February 13, 2012 at 12:26pm

Julie my son is 7 and he is  high functioning.  He does hit me when he gets mad or frustrated.  I always give him a few moments to calm down and then try to hug or hold him and explain what is going on in a soft voice. and he is getting over the aggressive fit quicker.

Comment by Julie Lundstrom on February 4, 2012 at 5:59am

Does you child with Autism have aggression towards you when he gets mad or frustrated?  If yes how do you keep your child and you safe?

Comment by Julie Lundstrom on February 4, 2012 at 5:58am

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I am a Mother of a 10 year old son who has Severe Autism.  I just started a new blog for a daily journal on our daily journal with Autism.  I am looking for others to share the ups and downs with and help support one another.  Here is the link to my new blog if interested in sharing.

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Hope to see you soon.  Have a great day.

Comment by Jen C on January 4, 2012 at 11:24pm

Homeschooling Mom of a 7 year old diagnosed with Aspergers... always looking to learn and share info/stories!

www.blogparent.blogspot.com

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