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  • Respecting the Different Thinking Brain
    by Julie Hornok on September 13, 2018 at 4:27 pm

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  • Eight Things Mom Learned in Kindergarten
    by Julie Hornok on August 23, 2018 at 6:03 pm

    Guest blogger: Julie Hornok I walked into my oldest son, Andrew’s, kindergarten class and my heart sank. The room was brightly colored and beautifully decorated with care, but that wasn’t where my eyes were drawn. There were four tables with four kids each, and a table off to the side with only two kids. You […]

  • When Manners are Meaningless
    by Julie Hornok on August 7, 2018 at 6:26 pm

    Guest blogger:  Julie Hornok Because I tend to want to look good myself, I often find myself expecting my kids to do what makes me look good to others. Sit still, be quiet, don’t talk too loud, smile nicely, fold your napkin in your lap, get good grades in school, and excel in your sport. […]

  • Are Our Kids’ Obsessions Actually the Pursuit of Understanding?
    by Julie Hornok on July 17, 2018 at 3:48 pm

    Parenting a child with autism means always being on-guard. The common sense social rules, such as don’t run into the street or don’t jump into the water, seem to come built in with typical kids, but have to be taught one-by-one with lots of repetition to our kids with autism. And then there are the […]

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