A sad but necessary post about giving our children the respect they deserve. In the last few years I’ve been learning about disability attitudes. Because I’m
One of the most important things parents of children with autism can do is to listen to the experiences of people with autism. I’ve been
Do five seconds of research into autism and you quickly bump into the viewpoint that Autism Speaks is a big pile of shit. From the
Work in progress even if I wasn’t just a few weeks in to this re-education. Below are some of the most useful books I’ve read
When my son was referred for an autism evaluation, I started reading. There was so much information, including anti-vaxxer schlock and studies up the wazoo.
It’s been two years since we first met, and I can’t imagine life without him.