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Two Children, One Spectrum: Social Skills

  I hope everyone had a great holiday season and found the time for some rest. I guess I wasn’t ready for the holiday break to be over, because I’m a week late in getting back to this!   Today is the last topical post in the ser...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Social Skills

  I hope everyone had a great holiday season and found the time for some rest. I guess I wasn’t ready for the holiday break to be over, because I’m a week late in getting back to this!   Today is the last topical post in the ser...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Medication

  This is part 8 in a series about two children on the autism spectrum. You can read the rest of the series by clicking here.  Today Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, and I will be talking about the topic of medication.   Moe: About a year...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Medication

  This is part 8 in a series about two children on the autism spectrum. You can read the rest of the series by clicking here.  Today Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, and I will be talking about the topic of medication.   Moe: About a year...

Two Children, One Spectrum: School Support

  Welcome to Part 7 of our series, Two Children, One Spectrum. Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, and I continue to describe the similarities and differences between two children diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Today’s topic is about the k...

Two Children, One Spectrum: School Support

  Welcome to Part 7 of our series, Two Children, One Spectrum. Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, and I continue to describe the similarities and differences between two children diagnosed on the autism spectrum. Today’s topic is about the k...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Independent Skills

  This is part 6 of our series about two different children on the autism spectrum. I’m again joined by Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, who writes about her son, Moe. Prior posts in this series can be found at the tab at the top of the pa...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Independent Skills

  This is part 6 of our series about two different children on the autism spectrum. I’m again joined by Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, who writes about her son, Moe. Prior posts in this series can be found at the tab at the top of the pa...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Behavior

    This is part 5 in the series Two Children, One Spectrum. If you’re new to the series, you can catch up here:   Part 1: Two Children, One Spectrum: A New Series Part 2: Two Children, One Spectrum: Communication Part 3: Two C...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Behavior

    This is part 5 in the series Two Children, One Spectrum. If you’re new to the series, you can catch up here:   Part 1: Two Children, One Spectrum: A New Series Part 2: Two Children, One Spectrum: Communication Part 3: Two C...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Sensory Issues

  Welcome to part 4 in our series about two children on the autism spectrum. If you’ve missed the previous posts in the series, you can get caught up here:   Part 1: Two Children, One Spectrum: A New Series Part 2: Two Children, One...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Sensory Issues

  Welcome to part 4 in our series about two children on the autism spectrum. If you’ve missed the previous posts in the series, you can get caught up here:   Part 1: Two Children, One Spectrum: A New Series Part 2: Two Children, One...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Feeding Issues

  Welcome to part 3 of the series where we discuss the characteristics of two different children on the autism spectrum. If you’re just joining us, you can get caught up by reading part 1 here, and part 2 here.   Today Jen, from Anybo...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Feeding Issues

  Welcome to part 3 of the series where we discuss the characteristics of two different children on the autism spectrum. If you’re just joining us, you can get caught up by reading part 1 here, and part 2 here.   Today Jen, from Anybo...

Are You Weird?

One of the most common things we worry about as parents of spectrum kids, besides getting them the hell out of our house someday, is whether they will be able to fit in with typical peers.  While we may not ever try to make them stop flapping or spi...

Are You Weird?

One of the most common things we worry about as parents of spectrum kids, besides getting them the hell out of our house someday, is whether they will be able to fit in with typical peers.  While we may not ever try to make them stop flapping or spi...


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