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16 Types of ‘Harmful’ Comments Parents of Kids on the Autism Spectrum Are Tired of Hearing

It’s a situation many parents of kids on the autism spectrum have experienced: you get to the store and 15 minutes into your shopping trip your child has a meltdown. They are crying. They are screaming. You are down on the floor with them but unable to help them get regulated. Now picture the people
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We Have a February Pay-It-Forward Winner!

As we continue celebrating our 10-year anniversary by giving back to our community of families, we are excited to announce that we have a winner of our February Pay-It-Forward giveaway! A very deserving family in northwest Ohio was nominated by family members to receive The Fidget Folder for their son. We hope he smiles and
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Rose’s Ruminations: Diagnosis Day

Ask parents of children with special needs and you will hear very different stories of diagnosis day. They may remember the exact date and time and it might even be marked on the calendar like a birth date or anniversary. Some have been anxiously awaiting the date, at the culmination of months of genetic testing,
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Rose’s Ruminations: Reflecting on 10 Special Years

I can’t believe it, but it’s already been a decade! It seems like just yesterday that Abram was constantly waking in the middle of the night to wander around his room, pound on walls, and, often times, hurt himself. I definitely don’t miss those countless nights sitting up outside his room to ensure he was safe. From what
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Rose’s Ruminations: How to Help Nurture Friendships for Your Child with Special Needs

What is the true meaning of friendship? This is something I’ve struggled to define, as I raise a child with special needs. Watching Abram mature and grow through different stages of development, I’ve learned that friendship is something unique to each individual. For instance, friendship is simple to me – a relationship of trust and
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New Year, New Ways to Encourage Active Play – by Rose Morris

As I look to the fresh start a new year brings in, I find myself taking a moment to consider how I, as a parent blessed with a child with special needs, can better ensure a year of growth and productivity for my son, Abram. I’ve found that anything I can do that causes Abram
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Do you have tips or experience to share?

Do you have tips or experience to share?

If you have valuable tips or experience to share with our community of families with special needs, we would love to feature you on our blog! Please email info@abramsnation.com for more information about guest blogging.