Friday, March 28, 2014

The Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up: Make the most of your posts


It's the Special Needs Blogger Weekend Link-up. Welcome! Bienvenido! Willkommen! Bienvenue!  Andようこそas they say in Japan!  

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What to do

Scroll all the way down to the bottom of this post. Where it says "Your name" put the name of the blog followed by the title of the post (or just the name of the post, if there's no room—you get 80 characters).

Like this: Love That Max: I Am Slowly Driving My Mom Cars 2 Insane

Where it says "Your URL" put the direct link to the post.

Click "Enter." Leave a comment if you want to say more. Go check out some great posts.

Happy linking!

16 comments:

  1. Kyle started back up with hippotherapy this week; I posted a video of him riding his horse while an occupational therapist gives a little introduction to hippotherapy.

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  2. Thanks again, Ellen. Dexter's at #5 this week. We've been posting for Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month all March. This one is about disabled parking permits and Dexter. Happy weekend!

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  3. Thanks Ellen. I linked to a post i wrote about belonging.

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  4. Left two links: One is the third part in my series about becoming a special needs author, specifically the self-publishing process (I know there's probably lots of reader interested in writing their special needs child's story). The other is about helping your special needs child fit in, especially helping them become more age appropriate. Thanks, Ellen! My favorite part of the week and reading all of the posts and finding new blogs here to follow!

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    1. Thanks for sharing this! I am looking forward to exploring your stories and writing approach. - Gary

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  5. Thanks again: I've added a light-hearted look at the needs of autistic kids for predictability and sameness, even when it comes to pan inis :)

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  6. Thanks for doing this! March 26th was epilepsy awareness day. Since I have grown up with a sister with epilepsy since I was 2, you would think it would have been an easy post to write, but it wasn't. I suppose being so close to it, it's hard to know what other people don't know! Anyway, I wrote this post thinking of my friends--and hope perhaps some others might benefit from it as well!

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  7. I linked two blog posts from this week. First one is about Cerebral Palsy awareness day and the second is journaling our decisions regarding hearing loss. Thanks!

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  8. Our last IEP meeting had what I hope was the last use of the term "compliant." See my blog post above for some good alternative (and more specific) suggestions.

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  9. My first time linking up! Thanks for hosting.
    I'm Sara, and mom to Junior. He's almost 2, profoundly deaf with an unsure world of several "genetic variants of unknown significance" laying ahead as well as several developmental delays. The road has been long, but the joy that Junior gives us is the most amazing thing in the world!

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  10. Therapy equipment can be ridiculously expensive. It's great when we can repurpose something around the house. My post today is about a favorite of Jonathan's -- crinkle paper. Little sister Grace is a big fan, too. Thanks for hosting!

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  11. We are one of the lucky families here in the US trialing the Upsee. I wrote of our experience with the Upsee and share a video of my daughter, Tennyson, using it! I so wish we could have made the trip to Ireland and had the opportunity to meet you Ellen!

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  12. I have post #63 today. My guy does not have Down Syndrome but I came across this video and just had to share! It is so cute.

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  13. Mine is No 70 - teaching the non-speaking to tell you where it hurts xx

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  14. I love this idea - so often it's hard to find a list of good blogs in one place. My daughter is learning to use a language device, with insightful results. If you know someone with CP, visit "Mouth Above the Water" to see our perspective.

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  15. Not sure if I posted this last time...enjoy!! Rosie

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Thanks for sharing!



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