Monthly Archives: April 2012

“Grant A Gift”…Autism run

It was such a beautiful day for an amazing event. At Towne Square in Las Vegas there was a fundraising event for the Autism Foundation. It was so wonderful to see so many people gathered together for a GREAT cause. It … Continue reading

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Balance…is it possible?

I’m often told that I over extend myself…put too much on my plate. But do I have a choice? I am struggling lately with achieving balance in my life. Between two beautiful special needs children, a husband, job, running a household…and, … Continue reading

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F.E.A.T. Pump It Up Night

F.E.A.T. is putting on their monthly Pump It Up event. Any child on the spectrum as well as their siblings are welcome to attend and jump until they drop at no charge : ). The event is from 6-8pm at #3200 … Continue reading

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We’ve ALL been sick : (

Sorry it has been a couple of days, but we have all been a little sick and any extra time I had was taken by cleaning up after my sick children. As most of you know the limited diet a … Continue reading

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Parents Rights

So what are your rights as a parent? The law states that they must provide Early Intervention Services for any child birth to age two. Participation in this program is completely voluntary. Just by contacting the program you have taking … Continue reading

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“The best way out is alw…

“The best way out is always through”

Written by Robert Frost. In order to conquer every trial and tribulation you come against, you must face them head on.

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Understanding Sensory Integration Disorder

The slightest change in our brain processes can influence how we manage things that come into the brain, and are then processed. It is a neurological disorder that affects daily living, academic progress and social interaction. Some of the signs … Continue reading

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