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Planning for College and Dorm Living
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August 28th, 2015 | (0)

Freshman students bound for college are making plans and gathering their belongings. But what about their parents? Terry Mueller, mother of an OAR Scholarship recipient, offers her tips for getting ...


Mama, Why Does I Always Mix Up?
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August 21st, 2015 | (0)

It is every parent’s instinct to protect their child from harm. Autism mom Shanell Mouland writes about  the difficult balance between honesty and protecting her young daughter Kate from the ...


An Autism Life Unexpected: Twists, Turns and a Simple Purpose
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August 14th, 2015 | (0)

Thinking about your child’s well-being is something all parents share. When something bad happens, it can be discouraging -- but it’s important to remember that things can change on a ...


For Parents of Students with Autism, A Picture's Worth A Thousand Letters
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August 7th, 2015 | (0)

In today’s excerpt blog, Christopher Contreras, special education teacher from San Antonio, Texas, talks about his experiences teaching in the public school system, and the imperative to support students with ...