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Autism Spectrum Disorders

January 19 2009 Autism Spectrum Disorders Newsletter

Greetings Everyone -

My son Nicholas is excited to have the chance to watch the Inauguration tomorrow on television. He has been doing Math and History on this school holiday so he does not fall behind in his homeschooling with California Virtual Academy while watching the events tomorrow.

I know that LAUSD is having the event broadcast on televisions and computers throughout the District. We have been dealing with record heat this past week here with highs in the 80s and low 60s or high 50s for the low at night. By the end of this week the highs will be 59, quite a change to endure. This is hurting my eczema with the dry air. I found a product called Relief N Rescue by Blue Sage Naturals. It is stopping the itch on my chin and helping the forehead as well. I like to test certain areas when trying a new product.

Here's the latest article from the Autism Spectrum Disorders site at

Toobeez is Building Fun For Kids with Autism
Reviewing a bright and interactive educational building toy for all age groups that is suitable for indoors and outdoors.

Autistic Cat Lover Chooses Dewey To Read
Cats seem to be a favorite among many kids, teens and adults on the autism spectrum. This New York Times BestSeller is reviewed by my teenager.

I am participating in a virtual book tour at my blog. It is the first stop and started today. Tour runs for ten days, leave a comment on each blog and you could win basket of prizes valued at $200 - this includes a $50 gift cert to Amazon, two books and food items.

Nicholas and I went on a Field Trip Friday to a Planetarium at a nearby Community College. It was good to meet other CAVA families and the College was closed so the parking was a breeze.

Here are some items of interest I have saved in the past week or so: - this is a shopping cart stopper - movie on autism

Here are my articles on Feeding Teens:

Here is an article I did on Menopause and Puberty:

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Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Bonnie Sayers, Autism Spectrum Disorders Editor

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