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New Stewie Boom! and Princess Penelope Book Review PLUS! 3 Things Every Autism Parent Should Know

New Stewie Boom! and Princess Penelope Book Review PLUS! 3 Things Every Autism Parent Should Know

  | YO, THIS IS A SPONSORED POST. | Disclaimer- I was given a free copy/sample of the product to review and share my experience. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.   April is Autism Awareness month. My Evil Plan […]

Making Your Own Therapy Time

If you didn’t know, we are in the middle of a pcs (military acronym for moving to a new duty station). Due to the fact we have moved away from our last duty station and therapists and haven’t yet reached our final destination- we have […]

Thank God for insurance!

So, I am guilty as the next gal of complaining about our insurance.  Maybe we get too much junk mail from them, it takes too long to get a reply back when I send an email, I spend a lifetime on hold, etc., etc., etc. […]

Around and Round We Go- New ABA

I like change. I like discovering new things; but my ASD kids don’t. As you read in yesterday’s story about my son and the restaurant; change can be and is often a scary thing. Typically, my kids ABA often comes up with social stories, preps […]

My Child is Diagnosed with ASD. Now What?

When Bug got diagnosed with PDD-NOS I was completely ignorant to the types of therapy that might help him. I of course had heard of ASD and all its components, but I really didn’t know what there was in types of assistance to help them. […]

Myths About EFMP

I got some “great” advice when we first entered the Army- Dont register for EFMP. <— that was sarcasm, did you see that? Because signing up for EFMP is the real great advice. But your probably asking what the heck is EFMP. According to Military […]

Tricare Testing the Waters; Failing to Swim

Again it looks like AD (active duty) families are rightfully spared the chopping block…this time. But with the raising cost of health care aligned with the rise in diagnosed ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) children; when will the two clash? Some are complaining that Autism is being over […]

Sometimes Kids Cry

Kids cry.  A lot.  They are learning how to negotiate the world in little bodies that don’t always do what they want them to, and with little mouths that don’t always say the words they wish they could.  Oh, and the grown-ups in charge of […]