Autism

Anything to do with the subject austism

Dear Teacher, This is My Baby

A teacher is a parent’s biggest saving grace and lifeline in the education, both social and informational, of their child. Most teachers even view their students as “their kids”. In a special needs classroom, a teacher and the aids, are a vital help and resource for the special needs parent. The educational needs of a […] Read more…

What Autism Is to Me

I was pondering the delicate line between the personal self and identity intertwining with our difficulties. Many people with autism see it as a part of themselves, and to say we want to find a “cure” (solution) to a problem cuts deeply into their spirit. I understand this feeling, although not because of autism. I’m […] Read more…

“Dance of Joy” – A Must-Read

To all those who know that a battle will leave scars, but do it anyway ― with love. This is the dedication in a must-read book called Dance of Joy,  written by author Melissa Campbell Rowe. It is a fictional work that follows a family with a severely autistic son, their struggles, and strength. The Howard family […] Read more…

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