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Lessons Learned That Changed Our Lives

A diagnosis—no matter what it is—effects the entire family and its dynamics, so working on everyone’s needs helps the outcomes of each member as well as the functioning unit. Co-ordinating all of this is monumental but is worth the effort. READ MORE

A “MUST-READ” as Unique as the Times

Just released! A wonderful book born from post-pandemic trepidation. 

During lockdown, it became apparent from conversations, news, and media that likely everyone was struggling with the stress of life and freedoms being snatched away. The unpredictability and uncertainty of the READ MORE

Back to Life!

We have been remiss in posting a blog for a while, but that is because we have been happily reintegrating into our new, old lives! 

Family reunions, graduation and wedding celebrations, trips to see out-of-town children, theatre involvement, and going READ MORE

COVID Qualms Quelled!

I’m feeling much more hopeful as of late, ever since I got fully vaccinated! But I think back to when this whole COVID challenge started, and the biggest thing that sticks out to me is the fear of potentially regressing
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Moving Out…But Not About

These times are far from a typical situation for anybody, but as a young adult on the autism spectrum, I’ve found that moving out during an international pandemic provided me the time to do some major reflection (since there’s not READ MORE

Employment and Autism

I was impressed and gratified by a recent CBS 60 Minutes segment on “companies seeking out potential employees with autism.”* It is such an important topic to explore and consider, and the feature echoed many concepts we wrote about in READ MORE

Accommodations for My Sensations!

As a spin-off from our last blog, I’d like to address some of my sensory differences and how I respond and/or cope with them.

Currently, the one thing I do constantly is move my legs when I am sitting, even … READ MORE

Stimming in Autism

The term “stimming” is a shortened reference to self-stimulatory behaviors. Examples of these in autism include rocking, spinning, hand-flapping, tapping, vocal sounds, repeating words or phrases, and others. People without autism stim too! Are you a hair twirler, … READ MORE