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In an effort to be completely transparent, I want to let you know that I have an affiliate relationship with some of the companies whose products or services I recommend.

This means that, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission or credit if you decide to buy any of their products or services.

This is one of the ways I pay for maintaining this site.  Just to be safe, you can assume that most of the links you click while on my site or choosing any of the products is an affiliate link and I will earn compensation as a result.

Of course if you are clicking a link to information like those in the post on How To Protect Autistic Children From Drowning, you will be going to a post on that subject.  In the side-bar there are links to purchase something.  But, in the narrative of that post, there are links to companies like the pool fence company and I am not receiving any compensation from them at all, a conundrum of the business world I suppose.

Please be assured that I only recommend products or services that I believe will add value to you, my readers.
Nevertheless, I urge you to only spend your hard earned money on products or services you really need and can afford.

I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

4 Responses to “Advertising Disclosure

  • Hi Linda, Your site is a wealth of knowledge for anyone who has a child with special needs. Also for those of us who need to be humbled sometimes when we are feeling sorry for ourselves. You have done so much to make a difference and we need more people like you in our world today. You are the kind of person that no matter what’s thrown at them, it just makes you stronger or as the saying goes, “God gives you lemons and you make lemonade. May God Bless You and yours. Keep :)ing Sharon.

    • Linda

      Thank you, Sharon, for your kind words and encouragement. I am thankful that even when things are hard, I have had the energy and heart to just dig my heals in and get done what needs to be done.

      My website has grown from my learning curve with my little one. She was only 17 months when we started this journey together. She will be 7 in February, I can hardly believe that. I am blessed to have her in my life!

      I most certainly appreciate that you have taken your time to drop in and see what I am doing to pitch in with other parents who share this learning curve with me. I hope to see you back again…now and again. In time, there may be something here you can share with someone who could takes some value from it.

      Linda

  • Hey, Linda
    You created a stunning website with blazing speed and valuable information. Keep doing good work 🙂

    • Linda

      Hey there, Darius,

      Its always a pleasure to find that a fellow blogger has dropped in for a visit. And great to get feedback that things are coming across well, loading well, and providing valuable information. As we both are finding, as I have visited your dominitravel.com site this takes time. I have to say it was really fun to get a glimpse of what to look for should I ever make it to Russia.

      There is allot here that is composed for families with special needs children, but the info on fire emergency procedures is good for anyone, especially for students who live away from home. Sadly, fire emergencies on school campuses can be disastrous. So…I remember reading you are a student so maybe you will find something of value in this post, http://specialneedsadvocatepower.com/fire-emergency-procedures-for-special-needs-families.

      I look forward to more good news from and about you.

      Linda

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