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Kat Abianac

Kat is a writer and a passionate advocate for inclusion in the media and advertising. She has two children, one with Down syndrome. Use the 'contact us' tab on this site to request her media kit or to get in touch. You may republish content from www.parkermyles.com on your own site, provided a pingback is made to her original article and she is fully credited as author.

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Why Transitioning To NDIS Terrifies Me Just A Little

By Kat Abianac / February 8, 2017

This post was sponsored by breakthru. Opinions expressed here are my own. I’m in all the National Disability Insurance Scheme Facebook groups. Even though I keep promising myself I’ll stay away until I actually have a planning session in sight, I’m constantly checking in to find out how the ‘NDIS experience’ is going for those […]

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Review: Wishbone Bike

By Kat Abianac / December 5, 2016

Here’s Parker’s first crack at the Wishbone bike! As you can see, it’s designed to be SUPER easy to use- and it can’t tip over or unbalance your child, when used with two back wheels. Well, you’d have to be doing some pretty crazy moves to manage it! Disclosure: Parker received a Wishbone bike in […]

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Today I cried at a kid’s party. 

By Kat Abianac / November 27, 2016

    Today I cried at a kids party.  Tears didn’t roll down my cheeks, and I didn’t need to blow my snotty nose in a tissue. But my eyes welled up and got that awful tingly lump in my throat thats near impossible to swallow. Why? Because I’m exhausted and tired of making sure […]

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To The Special Needs Mother: This was you all along

By Kat Abianac / October 30, 2016

I’m writing about my son Parker, who has Down syndrome and changed my life. I’m writing about why you’ll only ever see what you look for. And finally, I’m writing to define what I mean when I say so often that my life changed. The only thing that changed was me. So, of course Parker changed […]

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16 Ways To Easily Impress A Baby – Our Unique Sensory Activities

By Kat Abianac / October 18, 2016

1. Mix food colouring with water and freeze in an ice tray- tip a few into their bathwater. 2. A baby’s favourite- put them on a large blanket and hand them a brick or two of weetbix. You’ll love the facial expressions you’ll get while they crush intently. 3.Drop glow sticks into their bath water […]

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