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Epilepsy – The seizures can be controlled

Different and unique conditions afflict us as human beings. Some are difficult to grasp, especially when they are lifelong conditions that require complete awareness and specifities to lifestyle change. One example is epilepsy. As parents, we must aquire and understand this neurological condition when it affects our children, and instill tools and mechanisms to cope with the fits and seizures from as early as is plausible, in their lives.

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Put God at the Center of The Family

I am constantly amazed at just how God created man, then later a woman for companionship. These two make a couple, and out of this union God raises a family. To put God at the CENTER of family therefore seems only sensible. Being a wife and a mother has given me the most joyous and…

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Lost autistic child – how to mitigate flight risk

A friend recently posted on Facebook about a scare she had when she could not find her daughter. It was a case of a lost autistic child. “Find her daughter” is putting it lightly; her autistic 6 year old had actually disappeared. Turns out hours later, she had followed some kids home and being non-verbal had…

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Autism Mom Diary – Part 3: Shopping with your autistic child

Dear Fellow Autism Mum, Shopping with your autistic child. This is from one autism soldier to another… I am writing to let you know that I noticed you in the supermarket today… Am not sure if you saw us – my son and I – but I saw you. I saw you and I saw your child.…

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Overcoming disability to shine – The Glow Stick Experience

Have you ever seen a glow stick? A glow stick is a plastic tube with a glass vial inside it. For the glow stick to work, you have to snap the stick. When you snap the stick you break the glass vial inside. This action allows the chemicals that are inside the glass to react…

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