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Jun 01 2012

Join the discussion on #Autism and Sexuality


Alright everyone. I have the Friday Forum set up and ready to go. Simply click on the Autism Help Forums page above or follow the link. If you are new to the Autism Help Forums, you will need to register prior to even being able to see the forums. This is done to ensure a private, safe and spam free environment. 

Registration is simple, fast and free. You will need to confirm your email before being allowed to actually post anything.

Can’t be at your computer today? No problem. Download and install the free Autism Help App from the Google Play Store. Either click the link or simply search the Google Play Store for Autism Help. You can sign up and access the forums directly from your Android device.

If you are already a registered member of the forums already, simply follow this link to join in the discussion right now.

I look forward to meeting all of you and hopefully being able to both help and learn at the same time. :-)

Link———-> Friday Forum’s: #Autism and Sexuality

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Apr 16 2012

Lost and Tired is on CNN


A heart shattered by a glimpse into autism


I’m soooooo extremely excited to announce that my article is live on right now. You can click the link in the title above or simply click here. Please take a second and read this for me and for yourself. This is #Autism Awareness month and we can all use a bit of awareness. it’s kinda like, you can never be to old to learn something new.

So please show me some love and support by checking the article out and sharing it if you feel the need. Please your feed back on the CNN site. I truly appreciate your time as I know how valuable it is.


Thank you Madison and thank you CNN for helping to spread #Autism Awareness..


A heart shattered by a glimpse into autism

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Jan 21 2012

Lost and Tired is on Google Currents



  As the world becomes increasingly mobile, new and exciting ways to experience the4 internet and all it has to offer    become available.

I do my best to make easily accessible from anywhere. As a big step forward for my blog and spreading Autism Awareness, I’m excited to announce that I can now be found on Google Currents.

Google Currents is a free app for your Android or iOS devise that gives you access to the best websites and blogs, including yours truly. :-)

I’m really excited about this because I believe I’m the first Autism related Edition on Google Currents.

Please follow the link below to be taken to the home page for Google Currents. From there you can easily install the app to you device. You can also search the Market for “Google Currents” and install it that way as well.

Once you have installed and launched it for the first time, simply tap the button to add a new Edition to your library. Editions are basically, websites or blogs.

All you need to do to find me is search for “Lost and Tired” and tap the add button. That’s it.

Please check this out and let me know what you think. It’s kind of a work in progress but I think it’s really cool.

*****Click this link to visit the Google Currents home page  ———->  Google Currents


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Dec 10 2011

Android apps for kids with #Autism: 12/10/11


Featured Android app of the day


Today’s featured app comes from Intellijoy. The app is Kids Connect The Dots<—- Click here to download

Lost and Tired  fully endorses this Android application by the great developers at Intellijoy, and have personally used this app with my 3 boys on the Autism spectrum.

This app is basically a game of connect the dots. Your child will practice the chronological order of number and be rewarded for finishing the puzzles with a bright colorful picture. As the time this post was published 2:50pm, 12/10/2011, this app was on sale for $.10 as part of the Android Market’s massive 10 Billion downloads sale.


My kids love this app. This is actually one of the reasons Emmett has begun counting so well. This is the perfect time to grab this app off the Android Market


I would highly recommend this app to anyone with an Android device and a child on the Autism Spectrum.. Honestly, this app is great for typical kids as well.  As special needs parents, we have a sometimes daunting task in front of us when it comes to helping our kids learn. Apps like this can be of tremendous value and provide your child with the an engaging, colorful and rewarding experience, all while they learn their numbers.

This is an example of technology, truly making life a bit better.

Download and Install


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Dec 03 2011

Lost and Tired’s Android app of the day 12/03/2011


Featured Android app of the day


Today’s featured app comes from Walgreens Pharmacy. The app is simply titled: Walgreens <—- Click here to download

The Lost and Tired house has been using this app since it was released. Basically, you can refill your prescription buy simply scanning the bar code on your prescription bottle with the camera on your Android device. Once you have successfully scanned the bar code, you select the location of the pharmacy nearest you. Everything is done automatically after that.

We manage a great deal of prescriptions, especially with my wife’s health issues. The app by Walgreens has helped to streamline and simplify things. I would whole heartedly recommend this app to anyone the uses Walgreens Pharmacy for their prescriptions.


I have used this app, myself, many times and it really does make things easier. You can also browse the Walgreens weekly ad and order photo prints from your local store as well.


I would highly recommend this app to anyone with an Android device that uses the Walgreens Pharmacy. As special needs parents, we have our hands full with everyday life. Anything that can make life just a little bit easier… a great thing.

This is an example of technology, truly making life a bit better.

Download and Install


Click Me

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Nov 20 2011

Is your child a perfectionist?


I was wondering if your child is a perfectionist? We have struggles with this in the Lost and Tired household.

All three of my boys have a tendency to want things perfect. However, Gavin is an absolute perfectionist, at least most of the time.

Much of this stems from his abusive biological father. He used to tell Gavin things like “only losers make mistakes”.  He had many more pearls of wisdom that he graciously bestowed upon Gavin, many along the same lines.

Gavin, typically doesn’t tolerate imperfection…especially from himself.  It seems that no matter how hard we work to overcome the whole perfectionist thing,  it just never seems to click.

Do any of you folks ever deal with this sort of thing? If so, what have you done to work with this?

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Nov 16 2011

Relocation 11/16/2011


I just wanted to take a second and thank everyone for all your support. I want to thank the McCabe’s for taking it upon themselves to reach out and help my family by launching a fundraiser that you can read about in the stickied post at the top of my home page.

Thank you for all the generous donations that will assist in our relocation. Please remember,  do not feel obligated to help.  :-)

I thought I would update you all as to the progress of my search. 

I have been searching everyday via and the local papers.  Nothing has turned up thus far.  Again, I want to make sure that we do this right the first time. 

I will keep you all updated as to the progress.  Thank you again for all the love and support you have shown my family.

Please have a good afternoon :-)

– Lost and Tired

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