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Parenting Neurodiverse Kids Is a Gift

April is Autism Awareness Month. But some families have awareness every day.

Photo by Harry Quan on Unsplash

Because of the disabilities of addiction and autism, my family has experienced many things that other parents and their children do not.

Most parents of neurotypical children spend their time chauffeuring their children to little league practice…

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Rae Perry

Rae Perry

A person who thinks about a lot of things and sometimes writes helpful articles about them. newthoughtrightaction@gmail.com

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