We have shared a lot of information with you here over the years, and we hope it has been helpful to you in some way.
Today I want to share with you some of our top posts, the ones we love and the ones you have loved. It’s a trip down memory lane but it’s also the building of a set of great resource links all on one page.
Recently our article on Insensitive Questions hit a nerve. We know that our child is different but we don’t need your sympathy, your questions or your well-meaning but ineffective advice. This post helps you learn how to cope with these situations without blowing your top.
5 Ways to Keep Your Kids Positive About Life really appealed to some of our readers. In a world that can sometimes suck you down, staying positive will help you help your child to see the good things in life.
When a child enters puberty, life as you know it goes right out the door. If your child is on the autism spectrum, the time of change may be even more difficult. In this article we tackled the subject head on with some guidelines to help you and your child.
The View from a Wheelchair talks about the problems that children with mobility aids have to face in society, and discusses the etiquette of interacting with someone in a wheelchair. What should be common sense and courtesy seems to be blinded by the aid, but our post was designed to help people overcome their “I don’t know what to do” feelings.
We’ve shared ideas for sensory play and indoor and outdoor games. We’ve shared our great finds and discoveries, and we’ve shared stories about our wonderful products.
We hope you have enjoyed reading the blog as much as we have enjoyed writing it.