» Monthly Archives: June 2008

What right to flight?

June 26, 2008 Kyron 1 Comment

As Good Morning America played in the background of our morning chaos yesterday, I quickly hit the record button on the TiVo. A parent and her toddler who is autistic were forced off an American Airlines flight. The mother took a train up to New York City to appear on the show. I’ve watched it …

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Summertime Planning

June 25, 2008 Kyron 2 Comments

I was checking in on some of my favorite blogs today in my spare time (yea right) and found this clever tip that I just had to share with all of you. I thought this was a brilliant idea to give visual cues to our kids on changes in routine! Why didn’t I think of …

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Glasses for Children with Down Syndrome

June 20, 2008 Kyron 11 Comments

I came across this on one of my listserv’s and thought it was useful information for some of you. Hello, my name is Maria Dellapina and I am writing to inform you about an opportunity to enhance the lives of the children we spend our lives advocating for. I am a mother of an nine-year-old …

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Green the Vaccine March

June 6, 2008 Kyron 5 Comments

Well I missed the interview in the summer chaos that is our home but found a write up on it on the Good Morning America/ABC News website. Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey were interviewed on Wednesday’s show before they took to the streets of Washington DC to March on Washington with several thousand supporters to …

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Summertime….it’s Summertime

June 3, 2008 Kyron 4 Comments

I can’t believe that time has gone by this quickly. Today is the second day of summer vacation in Georgia. I remember the good ole days when summer didn’t actually start until almost July…..of course then we didn’t start school until after Labor Day in September. But it’s just a different span until the kids …

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