Sunday, July 1, 2012

Calling all bloggers!

 Hi everyone Kim and I are gathering some information for a project and are asking for some help.  At the            moment, we are looking for blog posts dealing with these specific topics.
                                                                                                                   potty training

                                                                   IEP meetings                                                      
                                                                  sensory issues                                              

                                                                     DSM changes
                                                                 services for adults

 They can be something you have written-or something you have read that you have found helpful or insightful. We are looking for all opinions and points of view.   You can submit as many as you want. All we ask is that you leave a link and the topic it deals with down in the comment section.  Thanks so much for your help.    


Unknown said...

Here is a link to the post that I did regarding my son's diagnosis with Childhood Disintegrative Disorder -

Unknown said...

Here's a post I put up recently about July 4th with a Sensory Sensitive Child.

Pam Byrne said...

Here are links to posts I wrote about toilet training, diet, and sensory issues on my blog site, One Autism Mom's Notes:

Hope these are helpful!
Pam Byrne

Joeymom said...

IEP Meetings:

Joeymom said...

Oh, and also for IEP Meetings:

Pam Byrne said...

Here are links to posts I wrote for my blog One Autism Mom's Notes on sensory issues, toilet training, and diet:

Hope they are helpful!
Pam Byrne

Normal Street said...

Sensory Seeker!

Normal Street said...


Leah Kelley said...

Here are a few posts... Hope it helps :)

IEP meetings:

Diagnosis: (part 2)


Sensory Issues:

Adult Aspie/NT relationships:

Normal Street said...


Diane said...

A story about celebrating holidays as an adult with autism

Unknown said...

My favorite potty training post is by Autism Daddy-

Unknown said...

Here is my post on meeting Alex's sensory needs...

Andrew Stevenson said...

Hey! This is nice sharing by all people its pretty good.

Looking for Blue Sky said...

Hi, I've very few topic-specific post, I tend to write rambling stories instead - but this one might be of interest and I'll spread the word too:

Unknown said...

Hi I have written a couple of posts about our journey to diagnosis and the emotions of labels.
Hope these are useful.

sharon Morris said...

Here's my post about my daughters recent diagnosis (last week).

wishihadakarmaanghia said...

Here's a toilet timing one that I wrote a good while ago. It's not entirely serious, but you have to laugh, right?

wishihadakarmaanghia said...

Here's a toilet timing one I wrote some time ago. It's not entirely serious but you have to laugh, right?!

Rhonda - Silly Mummy said...

My blog is and here are some of my posts:

Coping with Anger and Rage
Why I share my autism story
Sorry But Your Son has Autism (Pt 1)
Sorry But Your Son Has Autism (Pt 2)
Stop it Child, You Make Me Want to Run Away

Unknown said...

I have written a few pieces about sensory issues (among other subjects) including this one about encountering problems on a hospital visit:

Welcome! said...

Here are links to some blog posts that I've writen

ASD, personal hygiene and sensory issues -

ASD, diet & sensory issues

ASD, clothing & sensory issues -

Hope they're helpful.


kathleen said...

This is wonderful-thank you everyone! Please don't worry about how you wrote them (humor/style/etc.). That is what makes your blogs..well..yours.:) So, please keep them coming..Kim and I really appreciate this. Thanks.

Diane said...

Adult services and keeping support people inspired... From Juniper Hill Farms:

Diane said...

And here is one about eating, and cooking when living independently... From Juniper Hill Farms

I guess it is about sensory issues as well!

Trish said...

Hi guys!

Here are a couple posts related to the topics you listed:

Potty Training Your Special Needs Child

How Did You Know? Early Signs of Autism

Hope these fit what you are looking for!

Angel said...

OOOH a project???
Still love this website and thanks you guys, for all the hard work you do for the ASD community.

Potty training-emphasis on train
IEP and

Annemarie said...

my feelings on our diagnosis with autism

our IEP meetings

and lastly my favorite all time post ever

Rachel said...

I just started my blog but the post "not the answer i wanted" had to do with his diagnosis, and "sweet dreams trevor" has to do with sensory issues? his weighted blanket.
hope it helps!

Rachel said...

just started my blog, but the first post "not the answer I wanted" was about my son's diagnosis and "sweet dreams Trevor" was about sensory issues and his weighted blanket. hope that helps!

Unknown said...

I see the greatest contents on your blog and I absolutely love reading them.
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Stephanie Mayberry said...

Hi. I have several links that you might find useful:

The Christian Aspie Website

This is what Autism Looks Like

The Christian Aspie Forum

The Christian Aspie Blog

Managing Asperger's at Work

Book: Fringe: My Life as a Spirit-Filled Christian with Asperger's Syndrome

Kindle Version

karensomethingorother said...

Oh man...I've done a LOT of (whining) lamenting about my son Jack's eating...or lack thereof:

dluvscoke said...

I have a few posts regarding Services for Adults. They revolve around Cody's Day Program and are either inspirational or short and humorous. Sometimes humor is just what we need to make it through the day. ;)

Here they are:

These first two kind of go hand in hand...

1) "Kind Words from Cody's Day Program"

2) "Some Days Are Just Better Than Others"

Three and four also go hand in hand

3) "My Absolute Favorite Client"

4) "A Special Kind of Friend"

Number five is an eye opener and, I feel, an important read for parents.

5) "I May Never Be an Empty Nester"

and this last one is a funny one about Cody's sibling and his Day Program.

6) "Cody, His Overprotective Drama Queen Sister and the Duck Pond"

If you would like to use any of my posts and/or change the titles, please email me...


Unknown said...

Here is a link to my page. It deals with everything from IEP, to pitfalls of being just a girl that falls inbetween the blurred line of autism.
Hope it helps. I have also worked extensively with children with Autism so I am much better at giving advice to others than when it comes to dealing with your own child...go figure...Ha. Enjoy.

Unknown said...

Here is a link to my blog. It goes over everything from the first signs, diagnosis, SPD issues and the wonderful world of an IEP. I have a fairly extensive background in Autism. Life changes quickly when you are on the other side of the fence. I am much better at giving advice than following my own guidelines. Go figure. Enjoy.

Jennifer Fields

Andraya said...

I have a number of posts that fit some of these categories, feel free to use them. (confession, a few of them are rather a stretch for fitting the categories)



sensory issues

DSM changes

services for adults

melbo said...

I think I have some links for you. Cheers!

Eating/food sensitivity

Going to school


Unknown said...

I'll probably have a lot more once I move to the States next week. Not immediately, but possibly soon after. I have a section of my posts called American Spectrum Dream detailing how bad the services are in my area (UK) and why we decided to beak up the family so I could take my kids to the States.

MOMS said...

Some helpful links for newly diagnosed Pdd-Nos

MOMS said...

our road to a diagnosis of Pdd-Nos

Unknown said...

I wrote about GF/CF diets and how docs don't believe in them, but I've seen improvement...

Unknown said...

And about how angry it makes me that mainstream medicine knows so little about autism and takes so little interest in it instead believing autistic behave in certain ways because it's what "they" do, rather than they are in pain they can't communicate...

Unknown said...

And this week's entry was about how it's my 3 year anniversary from the date of Ryan's diagnosis...

gastrosurgery. said...

I actually enjoyed reading through this posting.Many thanks...

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