Here’s how we’re making LEGOLAND® Florida Resort a better place for guests with autism spectrum disorders

Over the past year, we’ve made a lot of progress in our ongoing efforts to make LEGOLAND® Florida Resort a more welcoming place for guests with autism spectrum disorders. With April designated as Autism Awareness Month, here’s a look at some of the new services and initiatives we’ve launched: To assist guests who have difficulty … Continue reading Here’s how we’re making LEGOLAND® Florida Resort a better place for guests with autism spectrum disorders

28 Sensible Tips For Hurricane Safety – Interviews Available With Disaster Preparedness Expert & Doctor

Florida Based  Dr. Joe Alton, M.D., Disaster Preparedness Expert & Author is available for interviews Hurricane Matthew is slowly churning it way towards the U.S. with sustained winds of 140 mph or more, and the potential for major damage and loss of life exists for many coastal areas. Hurricanes can certainly be dangerous, but they … Continue reading 28 Sensible Tips For Hurricane Safety – Interviews Available With Disaster Preparedness Expert & Doctor

Florida’s Able United Frequently Asked Questions

I set up an account for my daughter Lily who has autism.The first day I could. Now, I can start to save for her future. I can also have the extra piece of mind that it's there if I need it for therapies or equipment for her.     Questions from readers about the ABLE United … Continue reading Florida’s Able United Frequently Asked Questions

NATION’S LARGEST NATURAL & ORGANIC PARENTING CONVENTION RETURNS TO ORLANDO

FULL DAY OF EDUCATION, EXPLORATION & COMMUNITY BUILDING ON NATURAL PARENTING Orlando, FL – MommyCon, a first-of-its-kind natural parenting convention, returns to Orlando with a larger than ever event at the Caribe Royale Convention Center on Saturday, September 3rd, 2016. The conference comprises a full day of educational programming on natural and organic parenting methods … Continue reading NATION’S LARGEST NATURAL & ORGANIC PARENTING CONVENTION RETURNS TO ORLANDO

DO YOUR CHILDREN HAVE BACK TO SCHOOL ANXIETY?

NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST DR. SANAM HAFEEZ PROVIDES TIPS FOR PARENTS TO EASE BACK TO SCHOOL JITTERS http://www.comprehendthemind.com   Did you know that anxiety issues are the most common mental health disorders in children? There are an estimated 18 million children and teens who suffer from anxiety. The National Institute of Mental Health reports that 25 percent of … Continue reading DO YOUR CHILDREN HAVE BACK TO SCHOOL ANXIETY?

Holan Aroma Diffuser

It's a calming aroma diffuser,it's super easy to use all you do is fill water to the fill line put your oil in and the air fills with soft swirls of cool,a strong stream of vapor that comes out. It can help with dry skin,relieves sore throat,creating a soothing environment in your bedroom or workspace. In … Continue reading Holan Aroma Diffuser

Tips for Talking with Your Child with Special Needs About Tragedy

WASHINGTON – With recent tragedies in the news, many children, including those challenged with special needs, are exposed to trauma through the media and in conversations. The Episcopal Center for Children (ECC), a nonprofit school serving children with special needs ages 5-14 in the Washington, DC area, offers some advice on how to talk with … Continue reading Tips for Talking with Your Child with Special Needs About Tragedy

Hyatt Regency Orlando

We had the Opportunity to stay at the Hyatt Regency Orlando over the last weekend and I must say it was so nice and our family had a blast. Their Spacious rooms are about 415 square feet they have :1,639 guestrooms including 192 suites. The Resort is across the street from the Orange County Convention Center, and moments … Continue reading Hyatt Regency Orlando

Coding The Language

from a mom with an autistic daughter To understand the patterns of language in a high functioning autistic child, it by far the most mysterious, a most challenging to me and at the same time, the most interesting aspect of autism that I have encountered. I have yet to come across two autistic children who … Continue reading Coding The Language