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Vacation Destination Welcomes the Entire Family; Even the Family Dog

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While the 2019 season is just getting underway in Portland, Maine, Historic House Island is a vacation destination for the entire family even the family dog.

Historic House Island

Historic House Island — the most relaxing family and pet-friendly island in Portland, Maine — kicks off its 2019 season on May 1.  The island offers a modern, light-hearted approach to the quintessential Maine … Read more...

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Authors Helping Multi-Generational Families Talk about Money

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In the next 25 years, $68 trillion in wealth will be transferred by U.S. households. An amazing 70% of wealth transfers are squandered because children and grandchildren are not prepared. Two financial book authors have a solution.

Two financial book authors are collaborating to promote family money conversations. Working together as The Money Ladies, Lori Coonen and Lynne Finch, tell … Read more...

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Review of Family-Friendly All Inclusive Resorts Opening in 2019

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There’s nothing better than going on an all-inclusive vacation with your family! So, to help you decide which resort you should choose for your next excursion, the good people over at Tourico Vacations have compiled a list of the most luxurious all-inclusive resorts opening in 2019.

The Grand Fiesta Americana Punta Cana Los Corales is a “US $130 million-dollar development” … Read more...

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Predators Require Some Families to Run Home Like Corporate Manager

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Families with special needs children often assume the role of a manager in their homes. Performing some of the same duties managers who work corporate jobs except all of their training is on-the-job. Often times they are administrative support, making calls and scheduling appointments. They are also the HR director, hiring and firing doctors, therapists, and caregivers. Then they have … Read more...

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Autism Awareness Month: Autism Signs and What You Can Expect

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Our conversation on Autism continues! Today author Contessa Louise Cooper, an autistic mom veteran if you will, shares the signs and what you can expect once you get a diagnosis.

Thanks for sharing Contessa.


My son will be 27 this year, meaning 27 years of being an advocate, fighter, supporter for an autistic individual. Our life is pretty smooth right … Read more...

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Autism Awareness Month: Parenting a Child with Autism

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It’s Autism Awareness Month and our next few posts are from moms with children with Autism. They’re sharing their experiences, their fears, and their triumphs. It’s what they want you to know about rearing a child with Autism.

Enjoy,

Lisa N. Alexander
TWK Editor-in-Chief


It all began when I realized that my son was not responding to sound and that’s … Read more...

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