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craftdiscoveries:

http://www.duitang.com/people/mblog/9707994/detail/

justdonttellonme:

Cute and Simple DIY watercolor cards

I’ve really been wanting to get into watercolor ever since I subscribed to Marydoodles on Youtube~ This could be my start!

FULL TUTORIAL HERE 

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AWESOME idea!

AWESOME idea!

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Color Wrap Bracelet. The easiest explanation of how to do this that I’ve seen. Tutorial at I SPY DIY here.

so cool for the summer!!!

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Color Wrap Bracelet. The easiest explanation of how to do this that I’ve seen. Tutorial at I SPY DIY here.

so cool for the summer!!!

Sequel to the first video! Even more amazing.

Amazing video, so touching.

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Autism Hurts Family Incomes

http://www.webmd.com/brain/autism/news/20120319/autism-hurts-family-incomes

March 19, 2012 — Families of autistic children in the U.S. earn almost $18,000 less, on average, than families of normally developing children. And the mom’s pay takes the biggest hit, a new study shows.

Mothers with autistic children earned less than half that of moms whose children had no health limitations, largely because fewer were employed and those who were tended to work shorter hours.

The study is the first to examine the impact of raising a child with an autism spectrum disorder on a family’s income. It confirms that parents often face the double hit of huge costs to get their children the care they need with less money to pay for it, says researcher David Mandell, ScD.

Mandell is associate director of the Center for Autism Research at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Moms of Autistic Children

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/19/us-autistic-idUSBRE82I05820120319

 U.S. families with autistic children earn nearly $18,000 less than parents of normally developing kids, according to a new report.

The gap is mainly due to mothers not having a job or working fewer hours, researchers found.

"The needs of children with autism really straddle a number of service systems and there is a tremendous amount of finger pointing in terms of who’s going to pay," said David Mandell, associate director of the Center for Autism Research at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

"Mothers are leaving the workforce to cobble this care together for their kids," he added.

pi4nobl4ck:

“Would you kindly stop all this racket?”

Thought this was hilarious, couldn’t pass it up!

pi4nobl4ck:

“Would you kindly stop all this racket?”


Thought this was hilarious, couldn’t pass it up!