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What happens to our child with special needs when our own health—in my case an eyeball—goes wonky?

My retina detached sometime in early October and I’m not sure how I managed to be awake and not freak out during surgery to reattach it. Just reading about the “vitrectomy scleral buckle” surgery after the fact makes me nauseous. … Continue reading

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Angelman Syndrome, Autism and Angst

Having a loved one with autism is tough. With the numbers being so high of those diagnosed it is hard to even keep up with or comprehend how many people live with autism. BUT AT LEAST THOSE OF US IN … Continue reading

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