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Tonsils Operation & the Autistic Child

How do you explain to an autistic child that they need to have their tonsils out? By Heather Garrett



Where do you get information on this procedure that is suitable for a child and won't scare the pants off them? This was my dilemma.

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Posted on June 24, 2012 at 15:58 — 2 Comments

The Four-Leaf Clover Obsession

It’s true that autistic kids tend to fixate on a certain thing at a time, and it becomes an obsession. Our latest obsession is four-leaf clovers. The way it all came about is pretty amazing and now the whole situation has gotten a bit funny.

 

When we leave school in the afternoon, we go…

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Posted on June 12, 2012 at 18:30

Equal Vs Fair in a special needs family. By Heather Garrett

I once read somewhere that “a fair family treats everyone according to their individual needs and considers everyone as worthy of love and respect.” This statement got me thinking because yes, everyone is worthy of love and respect, but a special needs child requires more attention than a non-special needs child. How do you balance this out between the two children? To me it seems from the minute your second child arrives you are constantly told that both children must be treated equally. As…

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Posted on June 3, 2012 at 18:00

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