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Melissa Vaughn-Dean understands firsthand how hard it can be when your son or daughter with special needs doesn’t have a group to belong to or a way to feel recognized. Her son Griffin is on the autism spectrum. Because Griffin is homeschooled, he doesn’t have a lot of the opportunities for community involvement.
“There is no honor roll to work toward,” Vaughn-Dean wrote on her blog. “There are no school sports teams or other school club activities for him to devote his energy and gain some recognition.” Continue reading at themighty.com.