I was searching for a luggage cart in a quiet hotel corridor at 11:00 on a Saturday night. It was a long, hot drive, and the last task of the day was to transport the [...]
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Nothing boils my blood faster than hearing derogatory comments uttered by people about other people with special needs. I once heard two store employees talking as one described someone else as a retard. I yelled [...]
Staring HOW TO DEAL WITH STARING May 21, 2018 Staring. We all seem to do it at some point, for some reason. We’ve all been stared at by someone else too. Staring at people is [...]
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 [...]