Category Archives: Blog


A day at the fair… and social behavior mapping!

Today our family embarks on a journey, a trek that we make annually that takes a lot of mental preparation on my part, and a long nap when it’s all said and done. Today we are going to the fair. It is a jam-packed, high-energy day that inevitably ends in meltdowns or, as was the […]

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What to do this summer…

  We really loved seeing everyone who came out to our first “Meet and Greet” last night! During the presentation we shared some great ideas on what to do with your kids this summer. Have you been to any of these places with your child on the spectrum? If so, how did they do? What accommodations […]

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The need for Social Thinking

It was in the summer of 2012 that I first learned about Social thinking when I attended a Michelle Garcia-Winner conference put on by ACT. I immediately fell in love with Winner’s concepts and have been expanding my knowledge and using her curriculum ever since. Winner coined the term “social thinking“. As described on her […]

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It’s IEP time again…

It’s that time of year again, the birds are singing, the sun is out, and IEP meetings are being set up! Whether you are new to the whole concept of an Individualized Education Plan or you’ve been a part of them for years, I think it is important to know what they are all about […]

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How did I get here?

Welcome! We’re all new here, so why don’t I start off by sharing a bit about who I am. I am a wife to a hard working devoted husband and a mother of four unique, beautiful children. I am a student at Okanagan College, soon to graduate as a CEA. And I am a woman […]

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