Tag Archives: education

Axel’s Chain Reaction – free until Oct 4 – app review

I bumped up my review of Axel’s Chain Reaction because this week it’s FREE to download. So, if you’re reading this before October 5th and it sounds like a book you’re be interested in, download it now while it’s FREE! Summary – is the app worth buying? Definitely download it while it’s free. After that, […]

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Scene Speak: An iPad app for anyone involved with children. App guide and giveaway.

  If you make it to the end of this post there's a special prize – a rafflecopter with a giveaway for THREE copies of Scene Speak! I'm not going to call this post about Scene Speak ($9.99 iPad only) a review. It's neither an overview of the app's features nor a rundown of how […]

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Picture Bingo! Playing with my ASD kids.

  I will be blogging about our experience at Surfer’s Healing camp, hopefully some time soon, but there are video clips from our day that I want to include in the blog and I need some time to edit those together. This post is to share a first for the boys and I – today, […]

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To the SEPRC… and beyond!

This is my second post regarding the process I went through in order to get Oliver and Owen placed within the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). The first post can be found here and is an outline of the services we accessed and steps taken up to and including school registration. This next step would […]

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One does not simply WALK into the TDSB

This is the first in a two-part set of posts chronicling the boys' educational journey to-date. I had initially drafted this as one post but it was getting far too long so I've split it into two. You can find the second post here. By way of preamble, as you read this please keep in […]

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