10 Ways Families with Autism can Celebrate July Fourth

  July 4th is one of the biggest celebration holidays here in the United States. A celebration of this magnitude means fireworks, cookouts, water activities and family fun. But for some families with autism, the loud noises and large social events can be hard. These families often struggle to find ways to celebrate July 4th,… Read More

SOLO Gifts for Mom that She Will Totally Love

  If the ladies in your life are Star Wars fans, then you need to be prepared for the May 25th, 2018 release date of Star Wars newest movie SOLO: A Star Wars Story. I recently saw the SOLO merchandise at the movie’s press junket event and fell in love with the following items that… Read More

#BestBuy #GE_Appliances Premium Finish Sales Event

@BestBuy @GE_Appliances Premium Finish Sales #ad After living in our home for over two decades my husband and I decided we need a mini kitchen remodel. Nothing major like changing cabinets or floors to tear my hair out. We just wanted to update our tired appliances. Sounds like a quick compromise but as it turns out… Read More

How the Sit ‘n Sleep Adjustable Bed Helped Our Son with GERD

  Our son has autism and also suffers from GERD. Not only has GERD it kept my son up at night, but it has also kept myself and my husband too. He would often cough at night, as well as suffer from frequent stomach aches. First, we tried changing his diet, we also tried many… Read More

Review of the Quilted North South Overnight LUG Bag

  The Quilted North-South Overnight Lug Bag is a useful accessory to carry-on luggage for families and solo travelers. With its multiple compartments and pockets, it has become a welcome addition to our family arsenal of luggage. Off the bat, I’d like to mention how this is NOT a paid post or advertisement of any… Read More

Q&A with Tony Gross of ‘TalkRocketGo’ mobile app

TalkRocket Go, the product of Canadian based company MyVoice, is an innovative mobile application for i-Pads and i-Phones that utilize voice synthesis technology to allow verbal communication for people with autism and brain injuries. Some of the app’s unique features include: “locabularies”–location (GPS) based phrases—and an interactive “support studio” that enables family members or teachers… Read More

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