I just finished reading a remarkable post by the author John Elder Robison, Early Intervention or Not. How Do We Decide? . I had an opportunity to […]
The Background, and My Own Struggle
I read an article in USA Today last May that touched me very deeply. AP Medical Writer Lindsey Tanner reported that 1 in 3 Autistic young adults “…have no paid job experience, […]
My year has taken a sharp, unexpected turn. In my planning for a year where I solve my trajectory problems, it seems the universe decided I should first deal with my past. […]
Everyday seems to present new challenges when living with autism. The overarching feeling is one of pride, confidence and the satisfaction that I have honed in on my strengths while overcoming my […]
After a weekend of adjusting to change, and processing the emotional fallout of those around me, I have reached some level of clarity. Perhaps the change was good for me.