For over two years, we have been sitting on a waiting list for specialized Section 28 services. Section 28 services provide an individual with a disability with a worker(s) who will help them with behavior management, community involvement, and activities of daily living. There is a subdivision within Section 28 that is referred to as […]
As a mom to two “screen monsters”, I really didn’t want to love the newest obsession. But as a mom to two quirky kids, I’ve quickly come to love it. Here’s why I love it and you probably will too if you have a child that falls somewhere on the wide spectrum of autism, sensory-processing disorder, or other social disorders.
A few weeks ago, I was blessed with a new nephew. With seven younger siblings, you can imagine that a new niece or nephew is actually a pretty common occurrence but all jokes aside, still a very blessed occurrence- each and every single time. My boys love getting new cousins and seem to really enjoy […]
In light of National Silbings Day….. Corbin is an Autism Sibling Superhero! He sticks up for his brother, the first time way back when he was in second grade and some “big kid” said that “autism kids were dumb”. Corbin said he wanted to karate chop him but he didn’t and he remembered to instead teach […]
Having a “functionally nonverbal” child does not mean I have a quiet child. He is making noises all the time whether they be verbal stims, repeating movie scripts over and over again, trains crashing, doors slamming or running around in circles in the house. The oldest is a nonstop chatterbox and he’ll talk and talk […]
I’m hearing a mixture of reports from my friends, clients, and family on whether or not everyone is looking forward to or dreading the arrival of “historic blizzard of 2015”. I’m going to against the grain and embrace this. I’m excited. I’m looking forward to it. Before you call me crazy, let me plead my case: […]