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I’m Bored! – Activities for Children with Special Needs

Every child (and teacher) looks forward to the last bell of the school year. It is time to put down the books and let the good times roll! There are vacations to look forward to, field trips to enjoy, and … Continue reading

Lights! Camera! Autism Friendly Action!

I get very excited when the summer movie season comes around. There are so many movies coming out this summer, and some are already out and doing well! Movies are a great way to get a mini-vacation from reality, but … Continue reading

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Here Comes Summer… Time for Some Hacky Sack!

Summer is coming! My hair is back to its normal red color after Autism Awareness and Acceptance month and I am ready to get outside and have some fun. I love to run around, play with friends, and feel the … Continue reading

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Vacations and Autism: Good Planning for a Great Escape!

This is the last week of Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month and the last week I’ll have my blue hair for the cause. I’m wrapping up this blog series with a post about traveling with a person with autism. See, … Continue reading

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Autism Resources Review

I’m lighting my hair up blue all month for Autism Awareness and Acceptance. To help with the cause, all throughout April I’m highlighting some of the autism posts I’ve shared in my blog. For example, how to make weighted items, helpful … Continue reading

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3 Weighted Crafts for Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month

Throughout the month of April I’m dedicating my blog to help raise awareness and acceptance of people who have autism. That’s why my hair is blue – for the light it up blue campaign! It’s a good look for me, … Continue reading

Autism Awareness and Assistance? There are Apps for That!

I’m lighting my hair up blue this month for Autism Awareness! April is Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month and I’m excited to see businesses and even the Empire State Building lighting it up blue to raise awareness! I do what … Continue reading

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Bean Bag Toys, Right From your Child’s Drawings and Imagination!

Bean bags have so many uses! They can be used in anything from fun yard games like corn hole to therapy for someone who is hypersensitive or autistic. I know bean bags are usually square, but that can be boring! … Continue reading

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DIY Tutorials – How to Make a Weighted Vest

Over the last few weeks, we have been discussing all of the benefits of having a weighted vest. They are great for calming down people with hypersensitivity disorders, physical therapy and for adding a little more intensity to many different … Continue reading

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Get Physical! – How weighted vests help your health

Weighted materials like weighted blankets, weighted lap pads, and weighted vests have multiple health benefits. Some of them are therapeutic, helping people deal with the world around them by producing a calming effect. But did you know that the same weighted items … Continue reading

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