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How a Post-it Note Changed Everything

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By: Tenille Avery Tenille Avery is a mother to three amazing kids that cover the entire spectrum: mild, moderate and severe. Sometimes crazy, mostly fun. Wife, mom dog mom, hamster grandma. Sometimes I build stuff. My life with autism began with a post-it note. My boys were 15 months apart and I had 3 children under 4 years old. As…
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Apr 9, 2019

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The Sports Net that Works for Just About Every Sport

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We set out to create a backyard training tool that can change and grow with your kids as they set out to find the sport that best fits them (and getting you the best return on your investment!). Our Sports Net works for several ball sports including soccer, football, baseball, softball, lacrosse, and even golf! Between running kids to soccer…
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Apr 8, 2019

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Autism Does Not Define Us

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By: Susan Walters Brown Susan Brown is a mom of three under five living in the D.C. suburbs. She stays busy chasing after her little ones full-time and works part-time on her skincare business. She is a newer autism mom who is learning so much and hopes to bring awareness to other families walking a similar journey. Awareness. Advocacy. These…
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Apr 5, 2019

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New to the Autism Community

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By: Jenny Noonan Dye Jenny is a mother with kids of her own who recently became a stepmom to an adult child with Autism. She is a nationally acclaimed blogger and an experienced mom of a blended family with ten children. She shares interesting insight into living and thriving when faced with the unique challenges of an adult child with…
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Apr 1, 2019

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Autism Awareness Month

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We are so excited to do what we can to contribute to Autism Awareness this month! To kick off the month, we will be hosting trampoline sponsorships for families with kids and adults alike on the spectrum that cannot afford to purchase a trampoline for therapy. You can nominate someone you know (or your own family) by submitting this form….
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Mar 14, 2019

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Difference Between a Round and a Square Trampoline

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Square Trampoline. Round Trampoline. Rounded Square Trampoline. There is a wide array of trampoline shapes and, and surprisingly, each shape accomplishes different goals. Not every bounce is created equal. It depends on what shape of trampoline you have as to the type of bounce you will experience. Trampoline shape does matter, and we want to help you understand what the…
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Feb 28, 2019

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National Day of Unplugging

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The Age of Technology Isn’t it interesting that the device that can connect us across the globe is the same device that gets in the way of making human connections? We increasingly miss out on the important moments of our lives as we pass the hours with our noses buried in our devices. Tanya Schevitz In fact, a 2016 study…
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Feb 19, 2019

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Gymnastics Safety Tips

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There’s nothing quite like the joy of your child’s first gymnastics meet, or the look on their face when they land a perfect routine after countless hours of practice. The sport requires balance, strength, agility, coordination, and endurance. Make sure to follow these gymnastics safety tips while practicing at home. Video created by @sydney.tumbless. Check out her page on Instagram…
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Feb 12, 2019

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Happy Valentine’s Day

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Happy Love Day! Valentine’s Day is a great time to make the kids feel special too. Have you found yourself scrolling through Pinterest searching for crafts to do with the kids? We’ve got you covered. Here’s our top three favorite printable Valentines that are most definitely kid friendly! Love Is In The Air Valentine Here’s a fun idea that doesn’t…
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Feb 12, 2019

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How Jumping on a Trampoline Benefits Autism

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If you were to ask Jack what he likes to do in his spare time, he might mention swinging in his backyard, swimming during the Summer, or jumping on his trampoline. These might seem like typical activities of an average 11-year-old, but for Jack, there’s a lot more to it. Jack has Down syndrome, but he also falls on the…
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