1. Cynthia Dixon
    11/06/2014 @ 9:07 AM


    You always create such though provoking articles. I imagine it’s very difficult to decide when to leave a child at home alone, but it has to be more intense when leaving a child with special needs.

    You and your family sound very grounded in how you approach life with special needs. I’m sure you’ll iron out the kinks and things will flow well.
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  2. Jeanne Melanson
    11/05/2014 @ 9:25 PM

    Very interesting article, Jenn. I don’t have young children, but I can imagine it is a scary thing to leave them home alone for the first time or two. I like your idea of starting off in 10 minute increments. That’s a wise idea. I’m trying to remember … I think I might have been around 15 when I was first able to stay home alone. All the best to you!
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  3. Linda
    11/05/2014 @ 12:50 PM

    Great tips! I don’t have a special needs child, but still I can use a few of those tips. Thx!
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  4. ashley
    11/05/2014 @ 10:12 AM

    This is a great topic to cover. And I think all the things to consider were on point. Safety is the number one priority and I think most mature parents will be able to tell when their child is ready!

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