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Parent & Family Meetups

Posted by autismne on April 1, 2016 at 1:40 PM

We're a group that meets both in person and online chat  (P2ParentsChat.)


Most of our meetup get togethers are with other groups or organizations. There are some events that are hosted by AutismNE, Autism Personal Coach, Autism Society of Greater Cleveland and other organizations. (every post will tell you who is hosting the event.)

 Variety of Meetups include:

Autism Society of Greater Cleveland hosts a monthly Parent/ Professional Meeti...

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Mom's Night Out - East & West

Posted by autismne on October 26, 2013 at 11:45 AM

~~ Past Events ~~

Hi Everyone,


Two Mom's Night Outs are scheduled for November. I've got special guests attending to be available to talk if you have questions about their specialty - (not a presentation but a person to talk with.) See descriptions in the events below.) Please feel free to invite other Moms to join us. If you know someone with a loved one with au...

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Mom's Night Out - West Side

Posted by autismne on September 30, 2013 at 1:00 PM

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You're Invited to join a Mom's Night Out.  Oct 5th in Middleburg Heights at 6:00PM.  This event is at no cost except for your restaurant purchases.. 


Click here to go to the Inviation website for More Details and/or  RSVP. (No website sign-in Required.)

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Mom's Breakfast Get together

Posted by autismne on July 14, 2013 at 6:05 PM

Moms are invited to attend a Breakfast Get together.

Mom's Morning Chat is inviting Mom's who have loved ones

with autism to join in a breakfast get together.

This is a wonderful way to meet other moms and have a delicious breakfast.

All mom's are invited and children are welcome along wit...

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Self Help - Inspirational Healing

Posted by autismne on July 14, 2013 at 5:50 PM

Here is a beautiful Inspirational site that will lift your spirits.  Daily Inspirations is a beautiful approach to helping one feel better inside - where it truly counts.  It's a long journey when your a parent of a child with autism but healing oneself is a good fist step to helping your child.  Children do sense our stress and if we feel better, it will help them to feel better also.  Every child would want to see their parent at peace.  Click on the ...

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Mom's Morning Chat

Posted by autismne on July 14, 2013 at 5:20 PM

.Moms Morning Chat is every Wednesday Morning at 10.00am.

We have a nice small group of moms' who get together weekly to chat about their families and help one another with where to find service providers, local schools and basically...

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Summer Activities fpr Special Needs Children.

Posted by autismne on June 1, 2013 at 1:30 PM


Good activities for special needs children would be sensory stimulating to them in either sight, sound or taste. There's many activities that you can do with them and that would depend on their likes and dislikes.


For example, if they seem to be always moving they might want to go to a playground, swimming or splash around in a small pool. (see link for Top ten summer activities for kids with special needs below)


If they are on the quiet c...

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Healing Properties of Honey

Posted by autismne on January 6, 2013 at 10:10 AM

Sharing a resource.

This is only my opinion but I'd like to share my thoughts as a parent. Honey is a very good addition to helping our children with their autistic symptoms. I did some research and found that honey has anti-inflammatory properties (most medications have some sort of anti-inflammatory or anti-histamine property) which for us on the spectrum is essential to help reduce some symptoms such as digestive and immune health. (for many individuals with autism inflammation ma...

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Josiah's House!

Posted by autismne on September 1, 2012 at 2:15 PM

Let me tell you about Josiah's House!

Josiah's House (Josiah's House, Inc.) is a wonderful learning and life skills center for young adults.  It is a center that is full equiped to meet the learning needs of individuals with special needs for life skills such as independent daily living skills, eating skills; meal preparation...

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The Greater Cleveland Chili Cook off for Autism April 3, 2012

Posted by autismne on February 17, 2012 at 12:05 AM


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