Support Groups: Howard County Autism Society

Apr 05, 19 Support Groups: Howard County Autism Society

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Support Groups: Howard County Autism Society Upcoming Meeting Dates   SUPPORT GROUPS: Asperger’s Family Support Group – April 11, May 9, 7:30 to 9 pm (Room 143).  Meets monthly. General Support Group – April 9, May 7, 7:00-8:30 pm in Room 143.  An open discussion support group for families. MONTHLY SPEAKER...

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“Community-based” gets a new definition. New expectations. Is there new money?

Apr 04, 19 “Community-based” gets a new definition. New expectations. Is there new money?

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“Community-based” gets a new definition. Is there new money?? You come in to work the 3p-11p shift at a job you love. As you enter the house you can kinda guess how the day went by the smell. A pine scent could  mean there’s been a mess that needed to be cleaned up. Food smells could mean we’re on schedule...

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Financial planning across the autism spectrum

Apr 02, 19 Financial planning across the autism spectrum

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by Collin Meeks from Maryland Financial Advocates Financial planning across the autism spectrum We've previously talked about ableism and the assumption that having a disability or mental illness means you're a less capable person. Not only that, ableism can also come from being misguided and take the form of pity. Feeling sorry...

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Dual Disorders: My Experience With Bipolar And Borderline Personality Disorders

Mar 27, 19 Dual Disorders: My Experience With Bipolar And Borderline Personality Disorders

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by Kait Mauro International Bipolar Foundation Dual Disorders: My Experience With Bipolar And Borderline Personality Disorders When I first started writing for International Bipolar Foundation, it was a coming out of sorts about my mental illness. I was open about it with the people in my life, on social media and on my own blog,...

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I FINALLY DECIDED THAT ANOREXIA AND I WERE OVER

Mar 20, 19 I FINALLY DECIDED THAT ANOREXIA AND I WERE OVER

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I FINALLY DECIDED THAT ANOREXIA AND I WERE OVER by Britt Kelleher from ANAD Part One: Raisin Bran and Other Painful Things Dinner comes late in the Kelleher household. With four children, my mother is a rather busy woman, and, frankly, remembering dinner’s daily occurrence isn’t her forte. This story begins on one of those...

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