Tears of Autism : When a whole classroom knows it is YOUR kid

By: Kathy Trainor My son’s school did an event for Thanksgiving called the “Family Feast” where they invited all the students and their families to come to the school and enjoy a Thanksgiving feast. The day started with the class greeting the parents in the school foyer. My son was next to the teacher on the walk … More Tears of Autism : When a whole classroom knows it is YOUR kid

Double Digits

By: Sheila Gaudet We are a family of January birthdays so today my post is about my younger son, Andrew, who turns 10 today!  There are no more single digits in my household, which is both a little bit sad and a little bit exciting.  Andrew has been sure to inform me that he is … More Double Digits

In Honor of Autism Awareness and National Poetry Month

By Martianne Stanger April is Autism Awareness Month, as well as National Poetry Month, and although I am neither the mother of an Autistic child, nor a practiced poet, I want to honor both these observances today. You see, for the past few years, my husband and I have been uncovering what makes our eldest … More In Honor of Autism Awareness and National Poetry Month