Finding Nemo showing at the next Sensory Friendly movie! #Autism #SpecialNeedsSo I have written about Sensory Friendly movies before but wanted to have a quick reminder that the next one...on September 21, 2012
I found this on the internetz and reposting here: Welcome Students to a Winter Wonderland When school resumes for Sandy Hook, it will be in a new building. Parent-volunteers are working to ensure that the students are welcomed back by a winter wonderland with the entire school decorated with as many unique snowflakes as possible.
While I had heard a lot about TapToTalk, we have not used it. About Tap to Talk TapToTalk is the portable, affordable, socially acceptable communication solution for non-verbal children with autism, apraxia, or any other speech disorder. Through a PR agency I managed to get a parent’s point of view. This is from Fay Bareham: ——-
So I have written about Sensory Friendly movies before but wanted to have a quick reminder that the next one is tomorrow. Finding Nemo is next, and is very special to my heart! Read How Nemo Made My daughter Cry to see why! Upcoming Sensory Friendly Screenings September 22 – FINDING NEMO October 13 – FRANKENWEENIE
Teens nowadays are worried about school, friends and social situations. Volunteering really doesn’t come up for many – but it should! Studies have shown that teens who volunteer gain benefits ranging from increased self-esteem to acquiring valuable job skills. At the fifth annual TeenLife LIVE! Community Service Fair & Expo that took place at the
If you read my blog over at MommyNiri.com you will know how important reading is in my life. In fact today I spent time at the WGBH studio planning more exciting stuff to come. Reading is a passion I hope to instill in my kids. In fact my 1st Grader has a grid from school
I am behind, in everything, but this was too important not to stop and post about. Every time I hear someone use the word “retard” I cringe. Ok, so having a kid with special needs may make me a tad more sensitive but I really do wish people would stop using the word… now! I
After we announced our Feeding Hope program, time flew as we headed to Framingham. A lot of planning and juggling as we scuttled to the Miracle Kitchen. Kamani, our wonderful friend volunteered to watch our kids while hubby and I were joined by a few other friends who volunteered to help us for the night.
When Macy’s asked whether I wanted to host a local get together my mind was still rattling with ideas to help other people. So when I thought it would be nice to instead focus on helping one of my favorite local organizations, Room To Grow. I met up with a few bloggers over coffee in
I love the quality oozed out of the apps created by Ruckus Media. Whether it is the amazing illustrations or the wonderful voices (my favorite actress Meryl Streep is in one of the) there is nothing I don’t like about those apps. I have gladly purchased several of the apps and am glad to hear this
On November 9-11, 2011, Latinos In Social Media (LATISM) hosted their annual conference in Chicago. At the heart of this bilingual event was the question of how to use social media to amplify public service; a lofty goal that I saw in action on a volunteer vacation in the Dominican Republic this past summer. In