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I was just looking through your magazine and saw the ad about Wendy on Wheels…how awesome is that!!! I just ordered the books online. My daughter is 4 and we are in the process of getting her a wheelchair. I really think these books will help explain what all she can do using a wheelchair. ~Nicole Portwood


I read your article on sensory ideas. LOVED it!! I currently have his bedroom painted bright colors, SpongeBob actually. After reading the article, I realized that I could be causing his overstimulation! So, I’m going to repaint his room and make it a little more sensory friendly! ~ Stephanie Harwell Flores



I saw a comment someone posted on a picture on your Facebook page: My son is now going to be tested for a very rare and pretty much unknown syndrome; Phelan-McDermid Syndrome (Parenting Special Needs issue Jan. 2009). Thank you, thank you, thank you for all you do in keeping us informed! ~ Nicky Nichols Randall


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