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New Year’s Eve in an ASD Household

New Year’s Eve.  Fireworks.  Parties. Celebration.  Noise. Lights. Boom! Meltdowns. The holidays can be especially hard on those with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).  The change in routine, the chaos that is preparing for the holidays, the family gatherings, and all … Continue reading

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Christmas and Food Aversion

The Holidays, Christmas, or whatever you want to call it… This is a time for celebration, a time to love and have fun with family and deal with all the glory that is Autism food aversion.  Fun fun. Sitting down … Continue reading

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ASD Sibling Rivalry

Holy cow, you guys, it’s been four friggin months since my last post. I have found it hard to get any real time to write with the kiddos being out of school, recently, but before that? Well, before that we … Continue reading

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A Bad Day: Sensory issues and Mistakes…

Update (dec 6, 2014): I realize now that if one doesn’t know what sensory overload is then this post might seem kinda… crazy or chaotic… I dont know how else to say it. Sensory overload is a symptom of Autism, … Continue reading

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