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Special Needs Give Away from Special Needs Essentials

A few weeks ago, a guest post from SpecialNeedsEssentials.com explained the benefits of weighted blankets for kids with special needs. The post was so well received, our crew here at Different Dream invited them back. Not only did they say yes, they offered to host a special needs give away. Talk about excited. You bet I am! Why a Special Needs Essentials Special Needs Give Away? Why am I so excited about... read more

6 Special Needs Tax Deductions for Families

Tax season is here, and special needs tax deductions make a difference for families when every penny counts. That’s why Different Dream is passing along special needs tax deductions tips recently posted at the Military One Source website. Many of them are plain old common sense, but common sense can be easy to overlook when chasing down receipts and pay stubs. Some of them highlight some surprising... read more

4 Things Parents of Kids with Autism Have in Common

Today, I’m pleased to introduce you to guest blogger Ruth Stieff. Among other things, she’s an ABA therapist and the owner of One Piece LLC. She’s also the parent of a young adult son who lives with autism, and a friend of mine. She’s here to share the common needs among the parents she serves. 4 Things Parents of Kids with Autism Have in Common I spend my days with families who... read more

Autism Therapy the Pinkalicious Way, Pt. 2

Welcome back to Part 2 in Guest blogger Amy Stout series about a unique autism therapy she created for her daughter who experiences autism. Today’s post explains how she created a very pink, very creative, and very successful feeding therapy session. The Pinkalicious (Feeding) Party, Part 2 On the day of the party, Kylie wore her best pink dress. She also brought her Pinkalicious book and her... read more

Autism Therapy the Pinkalicious Way, Pt. 1

Guest blogger Amy Stout is here today and tomorrow to share one of her family’s recent adventures with Kylie, their daughter who experiences autism. She’s here with the story of a very pink, very creative, and very successful adventure in autism therapy. Today, she explains why and how the party came to be. Tomorrow, she’ll be back with a report on how it went. The Pinkalicious (Feeding)... read more
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