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Scouting Super Mom

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Autism and Scouting Radio

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Being a scouting Mom can be hard at times when working with a scout who is on the Autism Spectrum. What happens when you have not one, not two but a total of seven kids on the spectrum all in scouting at one time or another? You have a Scouting Super Mom and Autism and Scouting Radio is looking forward to interviewing Linda Horvath today.

At the current time Linda has six of her seven kids in scouting. Her 19 year old and 13 year old are in Troop 454 which is a Special Needs Troop, her 16 year old Life Scout is currently taking a break from scouts, her 11 year old twin boys are in Troop 300 and her 6 year old twin girls are both Girl Scout Daisies.

Linda is a leader in each of the scouting units of her sons and daughters. We are going to talk to her about how scouting has changed the lives of sons and daughters, how she manages all of the scouting events and celebrate her journey in scouting.