That’s it. I’m done. No more. Not good at it? Not true. I’ve spent a long time telling myself and other people that I’m not a good flyer. Am I scared of putting myself in [...]
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At the beginning of April I set out to write about Autism Awareness Month and my less-than-enthusiastic feelings which accompanied it. My focus was on the fact that awareness goes only so far, and that [...]
Autism Awareness Month. I’m personally sick of Autism Awareness Month. Blue lights, blue shirts, blue ties. Blue Blue Blue. Well, actually, the color does match my mood this month. That’s right. I’m blue about autism [...]
Afternoon sun was warming the porch. October in California can feel like mid summer, and so I decided to sit on the toasty steps of the porch and wait for Zach’s school bus. Being in [...]
(Recent post on www.Sacramento4Kids.com) Staying home can be a comfort. Staying home rather than going out with a child with autism can be confining. The definition of housebound is unable to leave one’s house typically [...]
From inside the belly a butterfly flitted and wings were developed as bump soon emitted The feeling of joy as belly it grew full, round, and right I will take care of you [...]
Parents of children with special needs live with a high level of stress. When stress becomes a constant in our lives, we must find ways to combat it and reduce it or else our health [...]
When my son was about five years young, he had a fabulous occupational therapist named Nora. Full of wonderful ideas to address Zach’s sensory needs, Nora hooked us up with a mini rebounding trampoline, a [...]