S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (MARCH) 2014′ Online Mommy Time-Out Video: “It’s Never Too Late To Roller Skate”

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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (MARCH) 2014′ Online Mommy Time-Out Video: “It’s Never Too Late To Roller Skate”

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom  (Strong Mothers Altering Autism’s Reality Together)This Month :         “It’s Never Too Late To Roller Skate”

Hello S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s !
This month I finally felt that my 17yr old son with autism was ready to venture in to a Roller Skating Rink. When he was younger there were many sensory issues with Dustin. He was Extremely sensitive to Loud sounds, lights, and especially a crowd of people. I still made attempts to venture in to other places I felt he could handle; however, as he has grown older his sensory issues have minimized quite a bit. I’m certain that he has improved primarily to his therapies, repetition, determination, and of course with love. So on that note; I’ve decided that it was time to venture in to a Roller Skating Rink for the FIRST Time 🙂 Not sure what to expect considering this is a NEW place to Dustin. So I hope you enjoy this month’s video & Remember this is not just a first for you, but a first for Dustin & S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom as well. Wish Me Luck!

Until Next Month…….BIG HUGS

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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom (FEB) 2014′ Online Mommy Time-Out Video: “An Unexpected Circus Surprise!”

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom (Strong Mothers Altering Autism’s Realty Together)

This Month:
“A Valentine’s Day That Brings “Good” Cries. What an Unexpected Circus Surprise!”

Welcome Back S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms!
This month once again I want to share with you a very special moment with all of you.
I hope to inspire and encourage you to at least TRY and take your loved one with autism out in to “Public” places. As a mom myself who has a son who is almost 18 yrs. old with autism , I know first hand how difficult this can be. I know that it is much easier to “Isolate” ourselves from going in to public places because of the misguided people, the stares, and especially the fear of a melt-down occurring. It doesn’t have to be this way. Moms & Dads I want to help you live your life again. There isn’t an Anchor attached to Autism. There are alternatives. I hope that with the videos I create solely for those families walking in my shoes….I hope it will help you in some way, to lift you up, to give you a positive outlook on autism, or at the very least bring a Smile to your day.
Be Strong , Be Patient, & KNOW you always have a Friend called S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom 🙂
BIG HUGS & Take Care!

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S.M.A.A.R.T. Mom’s (JAN.) 2014′ Online Mommy Time -Out Video: “Bowling Across The Foul Line?”

“Bowling Across the Foul Line? See What Happened this Time.
” Was Autism Welcomed Back ?”
S.M.A.A.R.T. Mom shares a follow up from her September Mommy Time-Out Video introducing “AUTISM WELCOMED.” If you haven’t seen September’s Video click on this link: http://www.autismwelcomed.com
This month S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom shares with you something that has helped her and her 17 year old son who has Autism. She hopes it will be helpful to all of those S.M.A.A.R.T.moms out there. She hopes it will help others like her feel Welcomed when going into a public place.
Until Next Time.

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s Favorite Hoilday Mommy Time-Out Video: ” Mommy, Can I want to CALL Santa Claus ?”

Happy Holidays!

This is probably my most favorite time of the year, so on that note I really wanted to share one of my “Favorite” S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom  Hoilday Mommy Time-Out Videos. It came in handy for us especially when Dustin was getting off track with certain behaviors. A call to Santa always seems to get him in check and soooo excited about the holidays ahead 🙂 So please join me for a Special Video Call to Santa…..It’s my best kept secret now exposed to all of my special S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom friends 🙂 BIG HUGS & Enjoy!

                                            (Click On Link above Santa Claus )



S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (NOV.) Mommy Time-Out Gathering @ The Autism Speaks Walk 2013′

Hello S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s!
              What a Fantastic day for this year’s 2013′ Autism Speaks Walk 🙂 The temperature was wonderful and OMG! What a Tremendous turnout this year was! So many Teams supporting Autism ! Sorry if some of you were not able to join us, but there is always next year 🙂 Until Then I hope you enjoy the video I just had to share with you !
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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (SEPT.) 2013′ Online Mommy Time-Out Video: “My V.C.R. is Broken” FIX IT !

(Strong Mothers Altering Autism’s Reality Together)

“Mothers Coming Together To Think Outside The Box Of Autism Behaviors”

In this month’s video I talk about how I  transitionsed  our son with autism from VCR Tapes to DVDs. Something I’m sure is going to be  an issue with most of my S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom families living with autism because of the fading out of the VCRs. I think I  may have found a helpful solution for those of you  who may be going through those Video Tape “Melt-Downs” as we speak. I hope my idea will help you like it has Dustin  and  I.
Until Next Time & Good Luck  Everyone!
BIG HUGS from S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom

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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (AUGUST) 2013′ Online Mommy Time Out Bonus Video:”An Animal Kingdom Day is a S.M.A.A.R.T. Place to Play”


“Mothers Coming Together To Think Outside Of Autism Behaviors”

In this video I share my day at Animal Kingdom with other S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms who came to join me . What a wonderful time we all had, but not as much without you. I hope to see you next year so that you and your autistic loved one can remember what it is like to really enjoy a day at the theme park among fantastic friends who will always have your back 🙂 Until then! BIG HUGS!

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“Mothers Coming Together To Think Outside The Box Of Autism Behaviors”

Hello S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms!

In this video I’m  inviting  you to help celebrate our  autistic son’s 17th birthday. 
I wanted to  share with you some of things my  husband and I  have done out of the unconditional love we have for our son. I hope you enjoy the video like we did 🙂 And HAPPY BIRTHDAY Dustin!
 Until next time; BIG HUGS!

                                                 (Click On Photo Below to Watch Video)

S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom’s (JULY) 2013 Online Mommy Time-Out Video: 4th Fireworks? OR Not.

S M A A R T Mom    (Strong Mothers Altering Autism’s Reality Together)

“Mothers Coming Together To Think Outside The Box Of Autism Behaviors”

Happy 4th of July to all of my S.M.A.A.R.T.Moms out there!
This year my son didn’t  do so well with the fireworks display, however,
I still encourage all of my moms to never give up and get discouraged. There’s always next year to try again 🙂 Even in spite of this, I did  tape our fireworks display for all of those moms out there who don’t get the opportunity to view those beautiful colors in the sky. Big Hugs to all of you! Until next time! Take Care:)

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S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom Introduces “The Autism Welcomed Decal”

In this video S.M.A.A.R.T.Mom shares with you a couple of encounters she has had while with
her 17 yr. old son who has autism. Over the past few years she has tried to encourage families living with autism to be strong and venture out in to public places. Now she is asking for your help. She has created an idea that hopefully will make a difference in the lives of autistic families on a day to day basis. Please join her in this heart-felt video. You are an important piece to the autism puzzle. Help her today.

Where to get yours? Click on the link below.

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