“Free” Donations!?

Are you unable to donate to Hillary Clinton’s campaign but, really want to? She deserves your support no matter your age or financial situation. Don’t you agree? Could it be fun too? If you are a true supporter of hers and can’t donate otherwise. If you can check out the Apple app called, Hillary Runs. Read More

There IS hope.

I know how much many of you could use an integrated medicine professional support network. One that can individualize to some extent to your needs. ( IF you ask the right questions) And I know how many of you need a strong foundational core community of active like minded individuals. People who will support you Read More

The Dance number Representing “Love”

Spoiler Alert- For this past Monday’s Dancing with The Stars episode. This past Mondays show on Dancing with Stars. Was my favorite this season yet.  And Tamar being their made it even better.  While watching it at first, I wasn’t sure which dance(s) I was going to highlight on my blogs.  But then it became Read More

ReelAbilities Shorts NYC 2015

For new reader’s. I have posted a number of other ReelAbilities posts already if your lost. Please read some of them first. The ReelAbilities Film Festival has short or briefer films two  Some prior to a longer movie. Others, put together in one sitting. Here are the ones I saw. Again, if I underlined it- Read More

The COP who needs HELP

This cop. Not only considered us lower on the totem pole. But, he also, did what he did out of convenience. Fuming mad yet? Wait till you see/ hear this.  Better yet watch the utube video by TheAdviseShowTV  the titles starts, Cop Arrives to Help Autistic Man;   Extra help-  Cops are trained to be Read More

SHE needed the help too. Not just for him.

  George Hodgin was 22 years old, low functioning, autistic, non- verbal, and Elizabeth Hodgin’s son.  He was in a program for adults with significant intellectual disabilities. He wasn’t being exposed to the community enough there, so after being there for awhile, she (His Mom) took him out to come back home.  Or so she Read More

More ASD Horror’s

Parents of children with ASD. Not only don’t often know whats best for us. But, more often then not can be atleast part of the problem rather then any solutions. This is key as well to keep in mind as there adults as well. Especially because as adults. Despite our functioning. We all have the Read More

The Un-excusable Truths

These posts about the unexcusable truths (There will be atleast a few starting tom) are more for NT’s then those on the spectrum or those with any significant issues with mood, or emotional regulation. If you have ANY of the following diagnosis’s,  Bipolar  Multiple Personality  ADHD Skitzophrenia  Depression  That aren’t well watched and controlled medically. Read More

ReelAbilities movies and talks in NYC – I saw, in 2015

Here’s what I’ve seen this yr thus far. I say thus far because next Monday night there is one more movie in the evening there offering at the JCC. Not sure if I’m attending it. But, if I do, I’ll let you all know. I underlined all of them that I disliked and will only Read More

Want to be part of something GREAT?

ReelAbilities is currently hosted in over a dozen cities throughout the U.S.. Films are submitted from around the world. Over 500 apparently were submitted for this years film line up. I wonder what didn’t make the cut, and why. Don’t you?  The. Films can be in ANY language (They,  or the film production team, just Read More

My Healthy Living blog

   After seeing how much healthy living content I can easily produce for y’all from partially free sources. And have seen how many online, temporarily, “free conferences”,  I can share with all of you. Not to mention, how much these topics distract me from this blog, my other blogs topics, and my books. I decided Read More

Holiday Appreciation

Merry Christmas! And if you don’t celebrate that, Happy Holidays to the rest of you! I hope you all appreciate the holidays and family time. But also, the NT’s recognize any special stress any of you especially have or could get during the holidays. And treat you right and accordingly based off any differences you Read More

A Positive, Aspie book, series recommendation

  Take a look at this, for the cheapest prices of up to 4 books and get them before numerous others. All written by someone who knows her stuff both personally and professionally. Click here The authors online bookstore  to atleast check them out. To see them all, you may need to click on pg 2/3, on the Read More

In the US, the ABLE ACT

Important UPDATE- President Obama signed this! Hurray! It’s about time quality of life is more supported for the disabled. Isn’t it?!  The Autism Society, sent me this to my e-mail today. It’s about a new ACT called the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act or (ABLE).  However, it will help ALL disabled people and there Read More

Stress Relief for parents with Sp. Needs kids.

You might know Julie Morrison as a mom and World wide famous nutritionist, who now trains health professionals in how to to guide their clients/ patients towards the right nutritional choices. Many of whom have challenging special needs, like ASD, ADHD, and skitzophrenia. I mention her a bit on my sensory solutions 1 blog.   Read More

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